"Frozen Sky" comprises two works by Langlands and Bell, one white and one black (GAC 17388/1). At first glance, "Frozen Sky" appears to show two clock faces side by side. On closer inspection, it becomes clear that the dials are composed of the three-letter codes used to represent international airports, such as CDG (Paris Charles de Gaulle) and LHR (London Heathrow). Langlands and Bell have been working in collaboration since the late 1970s and are fascinated by the codes and systems by which we live. Here, the use of white on black and black on white suggests night and day, and the twenty-four-hour pace of modern life.
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