Troposphere – Cliona Harmey (2014)

Designed by David Wall, Conor Nolan and Steve O Connell at WorkGroup

Categories: Print / Exhibition

Industry: Cultural

Tags: Visual art

Referring to the lowest atmospheric layer and literally meaning ‘sphere of change’, the troposphere is the site of weather, turbulence and atmospheric transformation. Inspired by this mutability ‘Troposphere’ was an exhibition of systems-based sculptural works that were concerned with spatial, broadcast and environmental phenomena (flight data, light, atmospheric pressure). The main projection in the exhibition used live-transmission information received from passing planes – combined with images of the sky – as a form of live electronic writing, updated each time another plane enters the range of the receiver.

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