Suominen and Allan.
"Our work is concerned with challenging the way we interact and perceive the world around us. Working across many mediums we produce work that illustrates the apparent disconnection between mankind and the natural world around us, using our work as a way to bridge this gap and educate the viewer."
Both artists are currently studying Fine Art at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee.
"This short film although seemingly simplistic at first glance, carries with it a heavy context, this being that daylight as we perceive it; is not a constant.
Light particles (photons) complete an enormous journey across the solar system. Firstly it takes between 10,000 to 170,000 years for the photon to travel from the Suns core to its surface, then the photons have to travel a distance of nearly 93 million miles on average before they reach our atmosphere; a journey that takes over 8 minutes to complete.
This means that the photons that create daylight, as we perceive it; not only move at the speed of light (671 million miles per hour) but are in fact, something that was created in the past, in history.
This is beyond our understanding in terms of what we can physically experience but is something that will happen trillions of times every day for the rest of our lives and we may never notice it."