Sundials is a meditation on mortality as seen through the passage of time and the objects that surround us. The photographs are taken in a sequence of regular intervals over a predetermined period of time. They depict furniture objects in various compositional arrangements and the changing light during the passage of the day. As in Eadweard Muybridge’s sequential images of human and animal movement, the furniture shifts and rotates from one frame to the next with the precision of stop motion animation. The resulting images, displayed together in a grid, function as a clock. Light and furniture move dancelike from one frame to the next, creating moments of unexpected beauty and surprising overlap. More than a formal inquiry, Sundials is a document of a durational performance depicting our tenuous relationship to the inevitable passage of time made visible by the constant intervention of change.