In 2001 during my post doc research at MIT I was trying to form a cubic
cloud using CO2 lasers. (Nephele)3 (a cloud to the third power) was the
title of this project directed by the founder of Sky Art Otto Piene and the
ever memorable Steve Benton. After 12 months of research and experiments,
during the Sky Art Conference 2002 in Delphi-Greece, I claim that I resign
of this project cause its realization would need the electrical power of two
During this research I met with NASA's nanomaterial silica aerogel which it
looks like a piece of sky in your hands. I started to work with this
immateriality and to create my ethereal aerosculptures.
From 2005 I have in my lab a 20 liters supercritical drying reactor (the
biggest in EU) where I make my skysculptures.
My last achievement , I'm pleased to say, is Bottled Skies with a unique and
unrepeatable cloud into each vial.
>> interesting= we now have several examples of work involving cloud
>> seeding = does any one know of any more artists projects
>> involved in cloud seeding ?
>> Monsieur Moo's work is also an example of re staging a scientifically
>> important event as a performance
>> which michael punt commented on
>> mr Moos's triptic of work all involve the artist intentionally
>> intervening to change the weather ==
>> does any one know of other artists projects which intentionally change
>> the weather ( or climate=
>> mind you that would be quite a performance)
>> Monsieur Moo,? Hydro Tasmania has been involved in both operational
>> and experimental cloud seeding over Tasmania and mainland Australia
>> for over? 40 years and it has developed a great deal of knowledge and
>> expertise. From 2009 cloud seeding operations are conducted every year
>> from 28th April to 31st October
>> These links may also be useful in finding experts to assist your
>> project in Canada. Atlas of
>> Mod, Inc FAQhttp://www.nawcinc.com/wmfaq.htmlWMA - Weather
>> Modification Associationhttp://www.weathermodification.org/WMO - World
>> Meteorological Association (Weather Modification Research
>> Programme)http://www.wmo.ch/index-en.html Kind regards, SJ Sarah Jane
>> Pell, PhD, SSP06, ADAS2r email@example.com
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