Weather the Weather is by Inés Cámara Leret & George Adamson. 

 

George Adamson is a lecturer in the Department of Geography at King’s College London where his research focusses on the historical and cultural dimensions of climate change. Previous work has included research on weather memories and identity in England, how mountain communities understand landslide risk in India, and how scientists conceptualise and research major climatic fluctuations such as El Niño. He is convenor of the King’s Climate Hub. 

Inés Cámara Leret is an artist exploring life through that which is unseen, seemingly ephemeral or portrayed as static. Her work spans across disciplines, nurturing long-term collaborations and creating expanded networks of knowledge bridging a range of methodologiesIn the past she has captured rainfall using asphalt, grown perfectly ordered crystals from saliva and captured breaths within a limestone's memory. Her most recent work: The Overlay can be seen here

The structure was designed with Yussef Agbo-Ola at Olaniyi Studios. 

 

Greatest thanks to Ashley Elliot and the team at White Wall Company  for their generous support developing and fabricating the structure. Special thanks to: Adam Foote, Alastair Symon, Alison Duthie, Bill Luckhurst, Bruce Main, Daniela Delfino, Darryl (The Unit Driver), David Harkin, Francis O'Shea, Ian Fielder, In Our Nature (Max Leighton, Patrick Hoelscher, Rachel Taylor Neustadt), Joana Rodrigues, Kate Olde, Kevin Lougheed, Luke Randall, Michelle Campbell, Nuala Morse, Oyrania Morris, Peak Cymru (Louise Hobson & Justine Wheatley), Randa Kachef, Sam Church, Sophie Hughes, Sophie Perry, Tamsin Edwards, Tania Pattenden

Weather the Weather was supported in 2019 through a King's Artist-In-Residence Scheme. The first showcase was supported by Being Human Festival in 2020. In 2022, Green Man Trust and Culture at King's, KCL further supported the development of the installation.  

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