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Susan Schüppli

Born in 1967, lives and works in London



“Can the sun lie?” asked a US court in 1886 when reflecting upon the reliability of photographic evidence.


According to the indigenous people, in the Canadian Arctic, the sun is setting many kilometers further west along the horizon and the stars are no longer where they should be. Sunlight is behaving differently in this part of the world as the warming Arctic air causes temperature inversions and throws the setting sun off kilter.