Endless Day is a single-channel video, 5 minutes, silent. It was filmed above the Arctic Circle on the Lofoten Islands off the west coast of Norway. It captures a natural phenomenon called the Midnight Sun; during the summer months at this latitude the sun never fully sets, only skimming the horizon line. In the video the sun seems to move horizontally across the screen. This “endless day” was filmed in real time then time-lapsed in editing. The two companion photographs Endless Day and Endless Day Refraction were taken moments apart in the exact same spot, just turned 180 degrees. Video stills, color photography, and exhibition view of video with embroidered text pieces in "SAD: A Northern View of Darkness,” Weisman Art Museum, June to September 2007.