A Thousand Miles an Hour. That's both the approximate speed of the Earth's rotation—i.e. the speed you're moving while sitting still—and the name of artist Kevin Cooley's experimental film on display at Kopeikin Gallery in Los Angeles this weekend. The film is a moving diptych, one side tracking the moon's arc across the sky and the other following the sun, while the horizon rotates around them. Cooley shot all the footage in some of the North America's most beautiful natural locations, including Red Box Canyon, the Dallas Divide, and Banff National Park.
Read more from The Creators Project on this exhibit here.