HAIYAN — A HISTORY OF STORMS
This atlas combines geological and climatical facts about the catastrophe originated
by typhoon Haiyan with a social media layer in form of a timeline, which
chronologically features posts of Philippines inhabitants on Instagram, Twitter and
different Blogs before, during and after landfall. These two layers allow us to
approach the topic from two perspectives, the scientific and the human, in which
people communicate their fear or anger against typhoon Haiyan.
All images of this atlas, unless otherwise indicated, have been generated within
a set of experiments exploring the visual language of wind and storm.
In collaboration with Laia Ortiz Sansano & Romy Strasser
ZHdK 2014 – CR/BK