The Weather Machine

Alessia Andreotti
January 29th 2015

A cloud forms from a grass field and moves upwards, a wind blows past, fog floats, it begins to rain, but you're not standing outdoors in the countryside. You're in The Weather Machine! Constructed around the climatic conditions of the day on which it takes place, the installation explores rain, clouds and sun heat to recreate the weather occurring outside.

Developed by artist David Shearing, from February 5th through 7th, 2015 the atmospheric installation will transform the stage@leeds venue into a gloomy English landscape.

Source: The Creators Project

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