Temperature clock apparatus (working title) is a time indicator that uses water and its own waste heat to show the current time. This device consists of a computer mainboard, an additional copper plate for cooling the processor and an X-Y drawing unit. With the X-Y mechanism, the device writes the time on the copper plate with water. The waste heat from the processor evaporates the water on the copper plate and the machine redraws the time.

© Joseph Knierzinger

Joak shapes past, present, future and anachronistic media, technologies and irritations. Humor and irony are an important part of this. His works range between installation, intervention, portable devices and performances. At the moment he is working on various alogisms and algorithms in Vienna.