Gallery: The Cloud Project Makes Clouds that Snow Ice Cream!


cloud-seeding technology, artists Zoe Papadopulou and Cat Kramer are making the discussion of climate control fun and engaging. The artists’ project, called the The Cloud Project, uses a retro ice-cream van with several mounted industrial water sprayers that spout a mix of liquid nitrogen and ice cream, creating a spray that condenses into ice cream clouds. This playful weather manipulation, although less useful as a practical application, offers a yummy catalyst for the debate on emerging nanotechnology and its promise to create a controlled climate.

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