Strange Weather

Strange Weather brings together artworks that broadly consider how our contemporary understanding of the environment is mediated by technology. Here strange weather is a metaphor for ecological, geopolitical, technological and economic fragmentation. The artists in this exhibition use photography, moving images, sound, data, mapping and weather monitoring technologies, among others, to explore aspects of atmospheric strangeness that shape understanding and experience.

Artists include Grayson Cooke, Torin Francis, Libby Harward, Chris Henschke, Ross Manning, Rebecca Najdowski, Rebecca Ross and Philip Samartzis.

Strange Weather is presented for ISEA2024, the International Symposium on Electronic Art which brings together scholars, artists, and scientists from around the world to explore the intersection of art, science, and technology.

25 May—3 August

University of the Sunshine Coast Art Gallery

90 Sippy Downs Drive, Sippy Downs Sunshine Coast, QLD 4556, Australia