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Year of Weather

The Year of Weather is a durational inquiry into our changing relations to weather and climate. We are building a living, collective map of planetary weather.

Drawing from our past work building and activating a network of DIY Satellite Ground Station operators to image the earth and its weather systems, in the Year of Weather we ask: how do we read satellite images? By extension, how do we read the weather? How might we foreground a plurality of ways of reading and writing weather that include but exceed scientific knowledge of weather and climate?

The Year of Weather is a project by open-weather in collaboration with Rectangle.

Related project: Automatic Ground Station Design and Build (more information coming soon)