Have you ever seen an art installation that flashes lights to expose climatic vacillations? Weather Beacon, created by artist Erik Guzman, is one such kinetic sculpture that reveals the ins and outs of weather conditions and turns them into art through all four seasons. While, sometimes, you could see winter winds blowing, spring breezes greet you some other time. It’s all based on weather data, collected through radio waves, and the translated visual representations.
Weather Beacon is an eight-foot tall piece installed at the World Financial Center Plaza for public view, at absolutely no fees. Running from May 10 through December 31, the 24 hours/day art installation asks you all to see it in action.