‘I was naked, smelling of rain’* is a new performance with artist Aidan Moesby and psychiatrist David Cousins.

They both like the weather and they both like nothing more than talking about it. Join them on their first outing of this performative conversation as they explore the links between weather, climate change and wellbeing.

From Robert Fitzroy the founding father of the Met Office, through loneliness and presence, a weather soundtrack for the 21st century, to discovering your weather-personality™ come and look at the world through weather tinted spectacles.

Climate change and wellbeing can be fun**

As part of this work in progress event, there will also be a newly commissioned sound work by Duncan Speakman & Tineke De Meyer, and some weather responsive artworks by Aidan Moesby.


‘I was naked, smelling of rain’ is an R&D project supported by Unlimited, celebrating the work of disabled artists, with funding from Arts Council England. It is also supported by Arnolfini, Pervasive Media Studio and ARC Stockton.

* No nudity involved in the show

**This is not guaranteed.