Every four years a leap day is added to the calendar as a corrective measure. If this day were to be divided equally among each day over four years, it would result in one extra minute per day. One line in 'Leap Day' corresponds to one minute of one leap day. Therefore, when all the lines are filled in the equivalent of one day has been spent; in other words, it’s February 29th again. Part of an installation in the exhibition Amsterdam 2.0.
|Release Place||Amsterdam, Netherlands|
|Dimensions||27.5 × 12.0 cm|