Kilpisjärvellä (in Kilpisjärvi)

Kilpisjärvellä is a film for planetariums, and a photo series. It tells the story of 2 explorers who travel to north Lapland to record the Northern Lights. The film is shot in time lapse, with an extreme wide angle lens, which gives it a peculiar look.
The Northern Lights are an usual subject in planetariums. However, they are mostly treated in a scientific manner and the point of view of the camera recording them is abstract. Kilpisjärvellä presents the Northern Lights in the context in which they can be seen, including the nature, the weather and the time it takes to travel there.
The Planetarium Film Tests images series come from the trip to northern Lapland to perform a series of tests towards the shooting of a planetarium film.
The Planetarium Stills images series were made during the production of Kilpisjärvellä.

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Planetarium Stills #6

2012 100 x 100 cm
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Planetarium Stills #13

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Planetarium Stills #5

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Planetarium Stills #1

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Planetarium Stills #2

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Planetarium Stills #7

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Planetarium Stills #8

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Planetarium Stills #10

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Planetarium Stills #11

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Planetarium Stills #12

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Planetarium Stills #14

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Planetarium Stills #15

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Planetarium Stills #17

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Planetarium Stills #18

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Planetarium Stills #19

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Planetarium Stills #20

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