|Numinous The Music of Joseph C. Phillips Jr.|
The Long Now (2009)
commissioned by the St. Olaf Band, Northfield, Minnesota, Dr. Timothy Mahr, director.
One of the things that fascinated me about the Long Now Foundation and, subsequently became it’s most mainstream and well-known concept, is The Clock of the Long Now. Sometimes called the 10,000 Year Clock or the World’s Slowest Computer, the final monument sized, all-mechanical Clock will be built to last about the same length of time (10,000 years) as human technological progression to date.
Thanks and credit to all the original photos on this website to: David Andrako, Concrete Temple Theatre, Marcy Begian, Ed Lefkowicz, Donald Martinez, Kimberly McCollum, Geoff Ogle, Joseph C. Phillips Jr., Daniel Wolf-courtesy of Roulette, Andrew Robertson, Viscena Photography, Jennifer Wohrle, Carolyn Wolf. The Numinous Changing Same CD design artwork by DM Stith. Contact for photo credit and information on specific images.