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“Everyone has a story about the weather. This may be the single thing each of us holds in common. And though the weather varies greatly from here to there, it is, ultimately, one weather that we share. Small talk everywhere has occasioned the popular distribution of the weather. Some say talking about the weather is talking about oneself. And with each passing day, the weather increasingly becomes ours, if not us. Weather Reports You is one beginning of a collective self-portrait,” writes Roni Horn, “a metaphor for the physical, metaphysical, political, social and moral energy of a person and a place”. This book is a new edition of the original Weather Reports You of 2007, a gathering of oral reports on the weather made on location in Iceland, accompanied by snapshots taken at the time and place of each interview.
Weather is the key paradox of our time. - Roni Horn
Paperback, 196 pages