Silver Linings: Clouds in Art & Science

Silver Linings: Clouds in Art and Science is a cross-disciplinary anthology that examines clouds from perspectives that intersect both art and science. Through 27 contributions, readers learn about what clouds can be, not only as water droplets and smoke, but also as dust and data, and how they have been interpreted and portrayed by artists and scientists during the last two centuries. It is richly illustrated in colour throughout, with reproductions of paintings, photographs, sculptural works, and video installations.

The book is co-edited by Dolly Jørgensen and Finn Arne Jørgensen and published by Museumsforlaget in 2020.

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