Solari Cifra 3 is the smallest direct reading electromechanical watch, designed by Gino Valle and produced by the Solari company of Udine in the late 1960s. The clock was added to the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA) in 1967.
«I don't make objects, I establish relationships. I build relationships and define environmental flows in terms of time, such as before, during and after. It is not so much the plots that count as the succession of spaces, the relationships, the transformations, the transition rituals.» (Gino Valle)