REGENTS PARK - PRE 2014
A papercut work spatialising meteorological conditions through regents park crescent and park square, london. Computational analysis was employed in the first instance to uncover solar and daylight levels throughout the park, prevailing wind vectors, pollution distribution, hydrogeology, and electromagnetic fields. The work is also considered as an active meteorological gauge, rendered as it is by light, air movement, air born particles, and water saturation. In this way it draws heavily on the thinking of JM William Turner who both depicted the weather as subject, and as physical object allowed it to permeate his canvas and pigment.
regents crescent square 1 london meteorology architecture
regents crescent square 2 london meteorology architecture
regents crescent square 3 london meteorology architecture
regents crescent square 4 london meteorology architecture
regents crescent square 5 london meteorology architecture
regents crescent square 6 london papercut architecture
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