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Have you ever felt the desire to stare into the sun? To go to the place where the sun rises and sets? To watch the path the sun takes? Other stars can be observed in the night sky and have been recorded millions of times - but what about the sun? Where the Sun Goes to Sleep is an exploration of the movement the sun takes.

"Art does not represent what man sees but what he makes visible" (Paul Klee)

Where the Sun Goes to Sleep  is being created by the weather. The ingredients are: Heat, damp, rain, wind and of course the sun. Pinhole cameras out of recycled materials, the great outdoors, tons of countries and lots of patience. Where the Sun Goes to Sleep celebrates life on this planet. This sustaining and life-giving star connects all life on this earth.

 

Where the Sun Goes to Sleep

2015 - ongoing