Night for Day combines flattened prop-like sculptures of clouds with a condensed 2-minute video simulation of the 24-hour day-to-night cycle.

Named after the cinematic technique day for night, which simulates a night scene through under-exposing the film and provides the illusion of darkness or moonlight, Night for Day challenges the viewer’s perception of their environment by condensing space and presenting a simple yet simulated version of the natural world.

Video Projection, Plywood Sculptures | 2011