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International Museum Day
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International Museum Day has been running since 1977 and is back this Friday 18 May 2012. To mark the occasion, and due to popular demand, the MCA is presenting a special Friday 24-hour screening of Christian Marclay: The Clock, offering the unique opportunity of a Saturday recovery! Added to the regular Thursday 24-hour screening, The Clock will be shown non-stop this week from Thursday 10am until Saturday 5pm.

The Clock is one of the great art experiences of our times and a global phenomenon, receiving much acclaim wherever it has been shown. Don’t miss this opportunity to see every second of The Clock before it leaves Australia.

To keep you awake, coffee and refreshments will be available from the MCA Cafe throughout the night.

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Image: Christian Marclay The Clock 2010 single channel video Duration: 24 hours © the artist Courtesy White Cube, London and Paula Cooper Gallery, New York

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– When

18 May 2012, midnight

– Where

MCA

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