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Weather as Medium

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Cal data streams and software She Describes The Use describes the use meteorological instruments including remote satellite sensors to create affective atmospheres; online projects and participatory performances that create a new orm of social meteorology; works that respond directly to climate change many rom the Global South; artist activists who engage with the earth's diminishing cryosphere; and a speculative art in the orm of uasi scientific experiments Art's current eddies of activity around the weather Randerson writes perturb the scientific hold on A Civic Biology facts and offer uestions of value in their around the weather Randerson writes perturb the scientific holdacts and offer uestions of value in their A series of meteorological art projects Cardiopulmonary Anatomy Physiology from the 1960s to the present that draw on sources rangingrom dynamic technological and physical systems to indigenous cosmologyRanderson inds a precursor to today's meteorological art in 1960s artworks that were weather driven and infused with the precursor to today's meteorological art in 1960s artworks that were weather driven and infused with the sciences of chaos and indeterminacy and she examines work rom this period by artists including Hans Haacke Fujiko Nakaya and Aotearoa New Zealand kinetic sculptor Len Lye She looks at live Experiences Of Weather In of weather in in particular Fluxus performance and contemporary art That Makes Use Of Meteorologi. makes use of meteorologi. An exploration of artworks that use weather or atmosphere as
"the primary medium "
primary medium new coalitions of collective engagement with
weather or atmosphere as the primary medium creating new coalitions of collective engagement with climate crisisIn a time of climate crisis a growing number of artists use weather or atmosphere as an artistic medium collaborating with scientists local communities and climate activists Their work mediates scientific modes of knowing and experiential knowledge of weather probing collective anxieties and raising urgent ecological uestions oscillating between the big picture systems view and a ground based perspective In this book Janine Randerson explores. ,

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