Of Weather (for Geoff Hendricks) is the first of a proposed series of performances called Moving Image Works, where images of clouds are brought down to ground-level as large-scale stretched photographic prints. The clouds are animated by teams of handlers who move through the Southdown Industrial Area, responding to changes in the weather over the course of ten days. At prescribed intervals during each day, the teams come together to perform a choreography of image movements. This ballet of images is built upon standard filmmaking camera movements and editing techniques including pans, zooms, tilts, wipes, and cuts. When not roaming the exhibition area, the images form a photographic installation in a radio transmission field.