Slowly but surely the days are getting shorter. That means: less sun, more stars. At least for those of us who have the ability to look into the sky beyond a light-polluted city. Sidney-based illustrator Nancy Liang tells stories about the night through animated pictures. About flickering lights and empty streets. Her work focuses on modern tales that deal with the melancholy of suburban idyll. She represents these subject matters using drawing and kraft paper cutouts arranged in the visual form of a diorama. Every detail is made by hand.