In this week's Playlist we have a selection of videos that feature the sun.

Jad Oakes, Sunscape, 2015

Silent video installation of the Sun from January 1st 2014 tip the 31st December 2014, viewed through a circular plano-convex lens, housed in a rectangular vessel handmade from tiger oak and American black walnut.

Measures 45.5cm high x 14.7cm deep x 15.7cm wide

Edition of 4 + 1 Artist proof & exhibition edition

*Video : Courtesy of NASA/SDO and the AIA, EVE, and HMI science teams.

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Alix Poscharsky, As we all know..., 2006

This film is a six hour time-lapse sun track, shot around sunset. With the sun locked in the middle, the earth appears to moving from left to right across the frame (or around the sun). Referencing science fiction, this film is about the discrepancy of scientific world view and the everyday life. We know the earth is moving round the sun, but viewed from earth the sun appears to be moving round the earth. This film poses the question whether knowing (or 'seeing') is not just another form of believing, as, ultimately, what is shown in the film, is merely earth's rotations. 

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Paul Farmer, We will see the death of our sun, 2011

LCD monitor in wooden frame; HD digital film on media player, 11 minute film (continuous loop); colour, silent. 2011

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Eva Bosch, Catalhöyük 2007 - POEMS, 2007-2008

Sun clock used insight interiors in Catalhöyük, Turkey, 9000 years ago.

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