Weather Dances


After the success of Remote Dances, Rosemary Lee and Nic Sandiland researched a new project, Weather Dances: a series of large-scale outdoor projections in which the on-screen dancer reacts to changes in their immediate environmental conditions.

Each on-screen performer is affected in real time by the wind, rainfall, and temperature.

As passers-by are made aware of the seasonal and climatic fluctuations, the figure will become an iconic presence in the city over a period of up to a year.

Research funded by the Arts Council England.

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