Tempo—Dunamo

Over the centuries, the ability to understand and foresee weather conditions has been fundamental to agricultural communities of Salentinian Greece.

Light conditions and animal behavior were used as traditional weather indicators, later replaced by barometers and satellite views. But if science can explain the weather, only faith can hope to change it.

The first prototype of Tempo—Dunamo was developed in 2017 based on a weather wheel inspired by Saint Anthony’s weather wheel. It uses modified board-game rules to foresee and modify weather conditions.

Materials

wood
photographs

Ethnographers

Claudia Heinrich
Lilia Nenkova

2017

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