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On Friday 2nd February, Khoj organized an artist talk by sound artist Rachel Shearer, moving image artist Janine Randerson and creative technologist Stefan Marks from Aotearoa (New Zealand).

The artists spoke about their project Ngā Raraunga o te Mākū: the data of moisture , which was on view at Khoj as part of the 28° North & Parallel Weathers exhibition.

A live-stream of weather data from the rapidly melting Haupapa glacier and lake in the Aoraki National Park sparks a set of underwater images and hydrophone sounds recorded in situ, signaling a cryosphere in crisis.

The voice of Ron Bull, Kāi Tahu orator and project collaborator, gifts the te reo Māori (Māori language) names of weather phenomena to Haupapa glacier as the ice melts, releasing ancient breath and water.

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