Nowcasting, Loughborough University
Nowcasting will present a series of new commissions developed in response to the university weather station located on campus. Each of the works will rely upon data or energy generated at the site to create a series of evolving interventions, connecting ideas around meteorology, climate change and forecasting. Informed by the research of Rob Wilby, Professor of Hydroclimatic Modelling within the Geography Department at Loughborough University, the programme considers ways in which we can understand and interact with the phenomena of weather and the role that artists can play in bridging scientific thinking with everyday behaviour.
Nowcasting launches on World Meteorological Day, Sunday 23 March, 1-4pm at Loughborough University Weather Station (opposite Pilkington Library) .
Alistair McClymont, Rachel Jacobs, James Bridle & The Center for Genomic Gastronomy.