Weather has been nice is a series of generative video installations in which vintage found postcards, which were once written and mailed, are slowly broken down into their basic elements. Through a pixel sorting algorithmic manipulation process the images lunge into movement generating a dynamic glitch, and slowly decomposing into the dominant colors. The custom made application triggers a transformation, and each postcard reacts differently according to its own pixels.
Weather has been nice presents us with images unfolding, becoming images. In so doing, they question the sense of place and sublime nature of landscapes. With their exaggerated colors and iconic images these commoditized stereotypical landscapes are non-places, at the same time unknown and familiar.