Transience by Julia Rogers
28 March 2012
The artist, Julia Rogers, has created an installation inspired by the wind.
Made from tracing paper, the installation takes its inspiration from an everyday phenomenon that cannot be seen, only felt. Julia has interpreted the feeling of the wind, how its tendrils find their way into, through and around every object it encounters, bringing to life what we all experience but rarely give a second thought.
Julia's and other artists' work will feature prominently in the inaugural Reading Festival of Weather, Art and Music later this year. Held over the Jubilee weekend of 1-3 June a full programme of events will provide a fascinating and unique collaboration between scientists, musicians and artists where you can explore all things weather-related in ways you never dreamt of.
- Find out more about the festival at www.wamfest.co.uk or twitter @wamfestival
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