Clouds revealed, in dialogue with the photographic medium
What once started with performing a rain dance has grown into actually influencing, manipulating the weather by making it rain at desired times, the clouds change. Six out of the ten cloud types are man-made or can be modified by human influences; aircraft and industry are examples. The clouds appear to be moving toward the poles and higher in the atmosphere, negatively affecting Earth's temperature. Scientists are investigating whether it is possible to create clouds to cool the Earth. In this work, I grow clouds based on the unseen information captured in the photo. The experiments result in images, minimalist music, 3D-printed clay vases, and augmented reality experiences.
Dean Belcher • James Bellorini • Isabelle Boutriau • Mark Crean • Matt Durrant • Laura Jane Fenton • De Ferrier • Drew Findlay • Ilya Fisher • Bekkie Graham • Phil Hill • Nick Hodgson • Chris Jerrey • Angela Lam • Hilde Maassen • Robert McMillan • Stevi McNeill • Paul ‘Buzz’ Moran • Jasmine Murray • Michael Padilla • Mikaela Rackham • Marcel Rauschkolb • Darren Smith • Victoria Smith • Tim Stubbs Hughes • Beverley Thomas • Ross Trevail • Clare Wilson •