In our inherited meteorological practices and frameworks, weather conditions are managed for us in a range of ways (for example, through architecture, technology, commodity culture, infrastructure, economic rationale). This field guide brings the weather back to the body. A traditional field guide provides tools for the individual sovereign human subject to observe and document nature “over there”. In contrast, through a range of different activities, our field guide not only invites investigation and cataloguing of the field that we also comprise, but also challenges what counts as a noteworthy observation regarding the weather and also climate.
Recommended Citation / Citation recommandée
Hamilton, Jennifer Mae,
"A Field Guide for Weathering: Embodied Tactics for Collectives of Two or More Humans."
The Goose, vol. 17
, article 45,
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