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STRANGE WEATHER: Documenting

July 25, 2014

DOCUMENTING:
Documenting is a process of taking notice, collecting evidence, making meaning and leaving a record for others to interpret. Documenting strange weather poses a significant challenge. Weather consists of difference: flows and events which can disappear and melt away as quickly as they appear. What kind of physical evidence can be collected about rain, wind and heat waves? What are the physical artefacts resulting from a blizzard, tornado or lightning strike? Strange weather leaves behind memories, new language, changed habitats and occasionally damaged human artefacts. The works in this section are collections of particularly ephemeral evidence that await your interpretation. What do they say about our planet, humankind and the strange moment we find ourselves in?

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