What do we know about the weather, apart from our daily embodied experience and media weather forecasts reaching us through a vast structure of sensing machines, databases, and prediction models? When we look up into the sky, do we understand its composition, scale, and interactions with the world we live in? Now that weather is becoming ever more extreme and deadly by nature, under the impact of a warming planet, can we relate to these changes?
On Thursday, January 19 from 8 – 11 PM, FIBER invites you to an evening of talks at Tolhuistuin where artistic and scientific perspectives on weather meet. The representation of weather has an age-old tradition within the arts, and nowadays, we trust digital culture to contribute to ‘weather literacy’.
Location: Tolhuistuin (Amsterdam) & Online
Time: 8 – 11 PM (CEST)
Tickets: €8,50 | €6,00 (student) | €3,00 (online)
An online ticket grants you access to our online stream and link to watch the recording until 5 February (23:59 PM).