The Sunny Arms Artist Project; Out There: 2014-2016 began as a way to test whether exposing pinhole cameras for 90 days during different seasons would change the look of the image. The artists at the Sunny Arms were game and they exposed one or more cameras out their windows for four seasons over the next two years. The artists tended cameras through heat and rain and time and turned them in only to receive a new batch. In the following pages you can see the results of the four seasons exposed.. We discovered how much the sun shines in our neighborhood in Seattle. The arc of the sun tells the story. We discovered tending the camera meant checking it and thinking abput it. .For ninety days through four seasons.. People and cameras and lives changed. People have moved; new people have joined us. The seasons change too. Here are our photographs of each season. Thanks for looking and more information about Season one, the first summer, made into a King County Metro Bus Shelter panorama check out the link below. The new folder below is a new project started over the last few years: artists at the Sunny Arms building have exposed pinhole cameras in their spaces for up to six months.
For more information on that go to the blog post on my personal website, http://www.janetneuhauser.com/the-pinhole-project-on-a-king-county-metro-bus-shelter/