Recently, I have begun translating weather
data collected in cities into musical scores, which are then translated
into sculptures as well as being a source for collaboration with musicians.
These pieces are not only devices that map meteorological conditions
of a specific time and place, but are also functional musical scores
to be played by musicians. While musicians have freedom to interpret,
they are asked not to change the essential relationship of the notes
to ensure that what is still heard is indeed the meteorological relationship
of weather data.