June 2, 2010 - June 1, 2020
Every second is a day
"As of June 2020, NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory — SDO — has now been watching the Sun non-stop for over a full decade. From its orbit in space around the Earth, SDO has gathered 425 million high-resolution images of the Sun, amassing 20 million gigabytes of data over the past 10 years. ..."
Music: "Solar Observer" written and produced for this video by Lars Leonhard (https://www.lars-leonhard.de/)
Video credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center/SDO
Scott Wiessinger (USRA): Lead Producer
Tom Bridgman (GST): Lead Data Visualizer
Mara Johnson-Groh (Wyle Information Systems): Lead Science Writer
Visit A Decade of Sun
"When the sun goes down, terrestrial activity slows down, cools off, and falls asleep. The stars appear in the deep black sky and the short cycles of terrestrial life give way to cosmic eternities. That is the moment chosen by a tiny soul to leave the Earth."
Film: Simon Feat
Music: Clément wlaker-Viry, Gabriel Feat
Listed in category: Audiovisual
Animation / 2012 / 8min 20sec / Color / 2D painting, Live action / 1.77:1 / No dialogue / Stereo
"I imagined that floating without a sticking place humans want to root like trees, while trees stretch their branches and wave their leaves longing for freedom. As trees undergo a change of hours and seasons
in one place, this film is a form of observing the change by a camera in one place.
Director l Jeong Dahee
Production l École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs
Music l Cali Fabien
Sound l Pointillart Valentin, Jeong Dahee, Kim Donghwan
Cast l Kim Sukjung"
Visit Le temps de l’arbre (The hours of tree)
Listed in category: Narration
"Throughout history people have always been searching for a perfect place. This shortfilm, based on Guaraní mythology (Tierra sin mal), offers another point of view on paradise: what if the real paradise is inside us and lies in the harmony and unity of everything alive?"
Visit land without evil
by Kati Egely
Music: Chancha via Circuito - bienaventuranza, Wonderful Recordings 2013
"The subject of my work is the old paradox between man and nature. People had long ago cut themselves off of their natural environment and have suffered since from this division, the lack of the essential feeling of unity and belonging. .... "
by Daniel Crooks
"A collaboration between Nat Cursio and Daniel Crooks, at least for a while anyway locates Don Asker, a treasure of Australian dance practice, amongst his ‘other’ life as a farmer. In this imaginatively rendered portrait, Asker’s body is prised open to celebrate the depth of corporeal knowledge encapsulated within one extraordinary human being. Figure and ground coalesce in a work which meditates upon continuity, place and the solubility of identity."
Don Asker - performer
Pete Brundle - sound designer
Genevieve Lacey - recorder player
Visit at least for a while anyway
Listed in category: Body
Music: John Williams playing Agustin Barrios - La Catedral
"Beginning from a deep journey into the creative process and using new tools as a means of experimentation, we've created a video art about nature and its inexhaustible source of inspiration."
Visit NATURAL PROCESS
Listed in category: Audiovisual