Title: O'Clock (1998), Arman Clocks and timepieces make recurring appearances in Arman's work, a reflection of his abiding interest in time. Yet when asked if he had an obsession with time, he demurred, explaining that his desire to freeze time has more to do with an obsession with memories. "Memory creates time," he said. "Time doesn't exist. It's more subjective than real. Time doesn't exist. I believe in memory. Memory is the real inspiration. Memory creates time.