PROJECT: Use a camera to document the affect of wind and/or water upon an object or location.

READ TO LIFE! Read the chapter on Saraceno and any other two chapters featuring the artists mentioned below. 
 
Varied approaches to photography and video include recording an ephemeral artwork (Goldsworthy); registering communications between participants of an artwork (Gracie); visualizing invisible micro life forms (Haapoja); conveying information (Harrisons); providing instructions (Kaprow); evoking loss (Lin); rallying public support (Reyes); visualizing weather (Saraceno); recording art processes as an art theme (Starling); reporting laboratory experiments (Strachan); evoking an impending climate crisis (Zurkow).

PROJECT: Depict it.

Use a camera to document the affect of wind and/or water upon an object or location. This evidence can be discovered as a ‘ready-made’, as when storm water has gouged out a gully or wind has bent the branches of a tree. Or it can be contrived. For instance, you might blow on powder or saturate a ball of cotton.