weathering architecture (working-with) piecework

Reinhard Mook  & Reidar Bertelsen, “The Possible Advantage of Living in Turf Houses on Settlement Mounds,” Acta Borealia: A Nordic Journal of Circumpolar Societies, vol 24, 2007 – Issue 1.
A reconstructed turf house in Þjórsárdalur, Iceland. Photograph: Reidar Bertelsen (2000).
awning window for high winds, Blönduós, June 3, 2022.
sound of the wind coming through a vent in the Kvennaskólinn basement, Blönduós, June 27th 2022.
“weather” / “weathering,” via OED.
musical tone created by wind through cemetery gate (just barely audible over the sound of the wind!), Blönduós, June 3, 2022.
making / untangling a net with the wind, Blönduós, June 24-27, 2022.

farewell for now!

– hannah ferguson

meteorology piecework

Blönduós, June 2022

3:41 pm, June 15 2022, Blönduós
Lisa Robertson, The Weather (New Star Books, 2001).
Jelena Ćirić, Iceland Review, December 21, 2020,
5:57 pm, June 19, 2022, Blönduós
“Rules on Weather Messages,” published by the Iceland Meterological Office, 1938-1948.
From “Rules on Weather Messages.” “Wind taps” is a mistranslation of “weather vanes.”
6:58pm, June 9, Blönduós
Lisa Robertson, The Weather (New Star Books, 2001). /
Mare’s tail, Blönduós
Mare’s tail dye, June 18, 2022, Blönduós.

… !

– Hannah Ferguson