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Works by: (January) Mike Estabrook and Vandana Jain; (February) Susan Goethel Campbell; (March) Emily Larned; (April) Luke Strosnider; (May) Andrea Polli; (June) Mark Nystrom; (July) Patricia Zarate; (August) Jane D. Marsching; (September) Stephanie Rothenberg; (October) Graham Parker; (November) Isaac Gertman; (December) Birgit Rathsmann.
Box dimensions: 14 ½ x 12 x ½ in.
December 2009 – Birgit Rathsmann
10.25 x 7.74 in., inkjet print.
November 2009 – Isaac Gertman
11.5 x 7 in (folded), 22.75 x 14 in. (unfolded), offset print on newsprint.
October 2009 – Graham Parker
11 x 14 in., inkjet print. Spam interspersed with 31 days of corresponding weather data.
September 2009 – Stephanie Rothenberg
30 days of September 2009 in My Second Life, 2009. Set of 30 3.5 x 6 in. inkjet postcards based on login screens from Second Life.
August 2009 – Jane Marsching
Dance Weather, 2009. 14 x 10.5 in., inkjet print. Translation of wind speed/direction data into dance steps.
July 2009 – Patricia Zarate
Water No Water, 2009. Set of 6 8.5 x 11 in. inkjet prints with 5.5 x 8.5 in., 12 page pamphlet, and 9 x 11 in. enclosure. Comparison of total rainfall in Long Island City, NY and San Diego, CA.
Comparison of total rainfall in Long Island City, NY and San Diego, CA
June 2009 – Mark Nystrom
Winds, 2009. Set of 3 11 x 11 in. inkjet prints and CD. Wind drawings and digital replays for each day of data taken with custom instruments at SPWS base, June 2009.
May 2009 – Andrea Polli
May, 2009, 2009. 3 minutes, MP3 recording of live performance on a laptop.
Sonification; 3 minutes Listen here: may_2009_polli
This approximately 3-minute audio report is a sonification of the May 2009 SPWS data using pure and sampled sound: Billie Holiday performing ‘Some other Spring’. Andrea says that the report “was performed live on a laptop, and in it I was trying to get the data to ‘sing’ like Holiday by using pure tones mixed with a rough scratching. You can hear the clicking of the track pad during the performance, which I left in intentionally.”
April 2009 – Luke Strosnider
Thirty Skies (Amsterdam/New Amsterdam)
Inkjet print, 9.25 x 6.5 inches (image)/ 13 x 9.4 (paper)
March 2009 – Emily Larned
February 2009 – Susan Goethel Campbell
Download report as PDF: jan_2009_jainestabrook
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