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How Will the Weather Feel in 2050?, Michael Pinsky

Artist Michael Pinsky gives audiences an in-person, acoustic experience through the piece ‘Hood’.

Mieke Kristine Faeste, Fall 2022
Image provided by the artist.

“I want people to be able to embody our future reality if climate change is not severely altered” says Michael Pinsky, as he tells An Artist’s Vision about one of his newest projects, ‘Hood’.

Hood invites audiences into a square installation that feels like sitting in a small room, made out of English Oak and with a copper roof. Pinsky explains how his audience will have an acoustic experience of weather patterns that sound roughly 20-30% more intense upon entering the art installation – in line with how much more extreme scientists predict that weather on our planet will become by 2050.


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