ClockWork Cros

Crosby “ClockWork Cros” builds clocks that explore the consumption of celebrity and confront the longevity and reputation of a human life by placing time itself on the face of the subject. Critics and prominent collectors have taken note of Crosby’s joyful, surrealist and ironic vision. Paper Magazine raved that Crosby hit the art scene “amazing” work and “an intensity and integrity you just can’t fake.” The Paris Review drew a straight line between Crosby’s clocks and “the hip-hop and graffiti culture that was born in New York in the eighties.” A native of the Lower East Side of Manhattan, Crosby lives and works in New York.