Just like any analog clock, Last Clock has three hands: one for seconds, one for minutes and one for hours.
The hands, however, are made of a slice of live video that gets scanned to the clockface. With different refresh rate for each hand, the three time circles reflect the rhythms of the space at different temporal resolutions.
It is possible to stream the last clock camera feed over the internet. Connecting to a meaningful remote location, one can see glimpses of the pace of the place together with the time, conveying a kind of presence without succumbing to surveillance.