First Light (10/24/2014, +384 ft, 28.9366°N, 77.0831°W)
First Light (10/24/2014, +384 ft, 28.9366°N, 77.0831°W)
Marking Sunset (10/25/2014, +925 ft, 39.353°N, 78.7434°W)
Marking Sunset (10/25/2014, +925 ft, 39.353°N, 78.7434°W)
Shadow (11/20/2014, +49 ft, 40.6611°N, 73.9969°W)
Shadow (11/20/2014, +49 ft, 40.6611°N, 73.9969°W)
First Light (06/13/2015, +157 ft, 40.7876°N, 73.9757°W)
First Light (06/13/2015, +157 ft, 40.7876°N, 73.9757°W)
Eclipsing (12/08/2014, +157, 40.7876°N, 73.9757°W)
Eclipsing (12/08/2014, +157, 40.7876°N, 73.9757°W)
Waiting (02:27:2015, +145 ft, 38.9064°N, 77.0833°W).jpg
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First Light (10/24/2014, +384 ft, 28.9366°N, 77.0831°W)Observing the realtime shift in direct sunlight, leading to the obliteration of the subject.
Marking Sunset (10/25/2014, +925 ft, 39.353°N, 78.7434°W)2014single channel video8:30 minutes
Shadow (11/20/2014, +49 ft, 40.6611°N, 73.9969°W)As part of Gnomon series, Shadow (11/20/2014, +49 ft, 40.6611°N, 73.9969°W)is an observation of the artist's shadow marking time in a domestic space. The Gnomon is the part of the sundial that observes the passing of the sun and casts it's shadow in relation to other markers in order to show the passage of time. Gnomon, in Greek, literally means one who knows or examines. This idea of observing the rotation of the Earth via movement of light, change in color temperature, and, of course, shadows, is our daily reminder that change is the only constant, yet most of us ignore these elemental changes.
First Light (06/13/2015, +157 ft, 40.7876°N, 73.9757°W)2015single channel video3:00 minutes
Eclipsing (12/08/2014, +157, 40.7876°N, 73.9757°W)2014single channel video23:00 minutes
Waiting (02:27:2015, +145 ft, 38.9064°N, 77.0833°W).jpg
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