In a deeper investigation of darkness, and my physical understanding of its properties, I made a pilgrimage to the northern most tip of Iceland during the darkest days of 2016.  I brought with me one black sheet of satin.  In the few hours of light, I reached the northern tip, 2.5km from the Arctic Circle.  Surprisingly, on those days, I found light.  I found a sky full of movement during "day" and "night."  I found no "noon" and sunrise flowing directly into sunset.   I felt abundant space and gratitude.  

Dance for The Dark December 22 2016, Photo Series, 2016

Dance for The Dark December 22 2016, Photo Series, 2016

Dance For The Dark, December 28th 2016

Dance For The Dark, December 28th 2016

Dance for The Dark, Rifstangi Iceland December 21st 2016, 1:15

Tools for the Dark, Felted Icelandic wool, foam, 2016

Tools for the Dark, Felted Icelandic wool, foam, 2016

Mask for Night, Rider of Hrimfaxi / Mask for Day, Rider of Skinfaxi, Felted Icelandic wool, Icelandic horse hair, 2016

Mask for Night, Rider of Hrimfaxi / Mask for Day, Rider of Skinfaxi, Felted Icelandic wool, Icelandic horse hair, 2016