Co-founded by artists Natalie Campbell and Heidi Neilson in 2007, SP Weather Station is an interdisciplinary project that collects weather data in New York City, hosts a Guest Lecture Series, and organizes weather-related publications, events, and exhibitions.
Long Island City Sundial Field Guide, 2013. 5.83 in x 8.26 in x .28 in., 60-page softcover digital-offset printed book. The Long Island City Sundial is a neighborhood-wide sundial in Queens, New York, just across the East River from Manhattan. The prominent 201-meter Citicorp building's shadow is tracked across the neighborhood and used to tell time throughout the day and year.
Currents of Tremont, 2012. 1 min, 45 sec video with time-lapse photography. Tremont Avenue in the Bronx, New York, is interlaced by numerous traffic streams of different types: the elevated subway train, roadways and expressways, and the Bronx River. Currents of Tremont captures multiple views of the intersections of these rushing paths, where major arteries of the city cross the river's flow.
PUSH FOR LUCK Project Archive, 2012. 4.25 x 6.87 in, 98 pages. Sticker signs were placed on hundreds of crosswalk poles in Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan in 2004 - 2005 in response to an article revealing that most of New York City's crosswalk buttons are deactivated.
Space Junk Guide to the Hayden Planetarium, 2012. 5.5 x 8.5 in, 16 pages. This guide uses the Hayden Planetarium Sphere at the American Museum of Natural History as a reference point to describe and locate the phenomena of the debris in Earth’s orbit.
Manhattanhenge, 2009. Design of a digital print describing the phenomena of Manhattanhenge, where twice a year the setting sun aligns with the Manhattan street grid, fully illuminating East-West cross streets for the last fifteen minutes of daylight.
Forest & Stream, 2009. A collaboration with Nicholas Fraser, 38 site specific installations placed on October 25, 2009, 14th street in New York. For one day, color coded texts of powdered chalk describing various types of forest and water features were placed in the approximate location of the now urbanized sites.
Urban Forest on 14th Street, 2009. 5.5 x 8.5 in., 12 pages. Urban Forest on 14th Street is a self-guided walking tour comparing today's 14th street in Manhattan to the same place 400 years ago, based on data from the Mannahatta Project.
A Block of Alleys, 2005. 6 x 9.5 x 2 in. Etching and letterpress printed, edition of 10. A Block of Alleys is an accordion-style book which depicts all of the alleys in one block in Queens, New York. The buildings on each side of the alley are facing one another, so the city block is paged through, alley by alley, as the book is viewed.
Roof prints is a series of intaglio prints of rooftops as seen from the elevated trains in Queens, New York, The roofs are presented isolated from the building below, through etching methods that use pressure and natural slippage of the press to emphasize the drifting, uprooted quality of the roofs.