Archive for 2012

the reading festival of weather, art and music, 1st-3rd june 2012

an archive of classic meteorological papers from the royal meteorological society

ocean surface currents visualised over two years, using a NASA/JPL computational model

a beautiful interactive map of wind flow across the USA (via @_jbag @sebemina)

wind (2008), a sound sculpture that responds to wind patterns in the viewer’s visual field, by @damian0815

windswept (2012), a wind-driven kinetic fa├žade indicating the direction of windflow over the surface of a building

weather station (norbert schnell & robin minard, 1995) uses climate sensors and 310 piezos for weather-reactive sonics

david bowen, “tele-present water”, uses NOAA wave data for an installation that is profound in its simplicity

ken goldsmith, “the weather”, transcribing a year’s 1-min weather bulletins

some more weather-related works for the archive: john cage, “lecture on the weather”