Looking back upon last January, we organized the fourth edition of our Reassemble Lab: Weatherscapes. During this 4 day programme, FIBER worked together with 34 interdisciplinary artists and researchers to gain more knowledge on how the weather works and its relationships with measurements and forecasting models. With Weatherscapes, FIBER aimed to increase knowledge and literacy around the weather, trying to understand our radically changing climate. Curious about the lab programme? See our recap video below.
Many thanks to all the participants for their collaboration. Are you interested in the outcomes? A dossier will be created later this year and the topic of weather will return in our upcoming festival programme (May 11-14, Amsterdam). Stay tuned!
Shoal – Mo-I.mp3
Tamuz Dekel – Ripples.wav (Artlist Stock)
WeatherLab_promo.mp4 (Sound that was in the Mark Ijzerman Animation)
Gray North – Scapes (Artlist Stock)
Tamuz Dekel – The Shoulder Tap (Artlist Stock)
Adomas Palekas, Ahmad Beydoun, Alice Johnston Rougeaux, Aliki van der Kruijs, Anna Bierler, Armand Sol, Benjamin Earl, Branimir Štivić, Denisa Půbalová, Ekaterina Volkova, George Ridgway, Gizem Şentürk, Guillemette Legrand, Jan Christian Schulz, Jan Johan Draaistra, Julien Thomas, Kasper de Vries, Laura Papke, Lina von Jaruntowski, Manel De Aguas, Marica Kolcheva, Miche O’higgins, Myles Merckel, Natalia Sykorova, Nazira Kozhanova, Noa Jansma, Penelope Cain, Rachel Heavey, Robin Morabito, Rosalie Bak, Sabina Scorțanu, Severine Chapelle, Sujata Majumdar, Valentine Maurice, Zack Denfeld
Speakers & workshop leaders:
Annelie Berner, Daphne Dragona, Janette Bessembinder, Mark Ijzerman, Mint Park, Robert-Jan Wille, Sébastien Robert
Reassemble Lab: Weatherscapes programme is made possible by Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst, Stimuleringsfonds voor Creatieve Industrie, Pictoright Fonds, A Lab, KNMI and Tolhuistuin.