Artist envisions clock based on how Georgia rivers flow

Jonathon Keats, an American conceptual artist, puts the finishing touches on a bowl made out of clay during a workshop on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021, in Atlanta. Keats is in the process of devising a municipal clock to be located in Atlanta that would display time based on the flow rate of local rivers and waterways. (Ron Harris/AP file)

Jonathon Keats, an American conceptual artist, puts the finishing touches on a bowl made out of clay during a workshop on Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021, in Atlanta. Keats is in the process of devising a municipal clock to be located in Atlanta that would display time based on the flow rate of local rivers and waterways. (Ron Harris/AP file)

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