These are Dillo's most temporal works. Light from skylights above streams across her studio's nothern wall twice a year, for 1-2 hours a day, for a duration of a few weeks at a time. Dillo captures the sun's movement by pinning vinyl to the walls below the skylights. The sun interacts with the material in an ever-changing activity of light and shadow. She documents this movement through still black and white photography, transforming the activity into non-objective plays of value and line within a rectangular compositional framework.