International Airport San José, California

Humans since 1982, A million Times (San José), 2021
Collection of the City of San José Public Art Program

In 2021, REIER supplied an approx. 2.1 m x 3.7 m niche glazing consisting of four segments for the Mineta San José International Airport.
Specta KLR is a manufactured glazing system designed specifically for fabricated display case enclosures and architectural applications requiring a continuous, horizontal viewing surface. It is ideal for exhibitions in high traffic environments such as museums, arenas/convention center, airports, hospitals, schools and other public buildings.

“A million Times (San José)” is the newest addition to Humans since 1982’s ongoing series, A million Times. Composed of 160 clock faces with white hands set against a black stone-like surface, the clock hands are programmed to spin individually, but in formation to create choreographies – reporting time accurately while also playfully representing the concept of time passing.


Collection of the City of San José Public Art Program

Year of Completion



planning, manufacturing, installation


Jelena Stefanovic, Studio OTW, Amsterdam

Product Informationen Specta KLR

John Janca, Courtesy of Humans since 1982