Atmosphere Irregularity Radar (AIR) [2020] dissects relations of conditions that formulate the visual presence of 'clouds', sensor-based AI, UFO analysis, and simulation theory. Shifting from a form of 'atmospheric mysticism' into concrete data [reflective of the invention of the barometer by Evangelista Torricelli and his underlying indivisible methodologies.

The project AIR initiated from the database of images of clouds, and flying objects, with the question..."what cloud is this?" from my flight instructor Alex Tenreiro and conversations in-air regarding simulation theory.] Utilizing atmosphere sensors, the project has expanded into the question----how can we use differentials in atmospheric pressure to prove the existence of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs). 

Atmosphere Irregularity Radar (AIR) is exhibited as an affective object in the film-screening form. 

See Flying Objects project and Parabola of Safety for extended projects.

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