Skyline 14 was created in Spring 2014 using an ultra-high definition Blackmagic 4k production camera with post-production in Adobe After Effects and Da Vinci Resolve. As with most of Roff’s work, this piece forms a perpetual loop; when the sequence is repeated, it appears to continue seamlessly forever. The work has no soundtrack, a decision made in order to avoid detracting from the drama of the visual. This work is part of a series exploring the still and silent but ever changing world. The wind constantly shifts everything - water vapour, temperature, the scattering of seeds, the survival chances of plants and animals - but at the same time its cycles and repetitions are powerfully inevitable. It is a perpetual early evening sky. There is always joy when the sun comes out, however short the duration of its appearance.