This project strives toward an ontological reframing of the relationship between our bodies, the environment and technologically mediated experience through computational sensing, processing and actuation. Weather Inflections explores issues embedded within the philosophical landscape of phenomenology. Specifically, how we as embodied beings experience changing weather patterns and our environment. In facilitating a temporary rupture in an individual’s perceptual framework, the Weather Inflections installation seeks to expand the vocabulary of awareness of its audience and challenge established paradigms of sensory cognizance. By ‘crossing the perceptual wires’ and initiating a synaesthetic experience, an individual may observe spatially and temporally mapped digital data within their physical self as manifested by a tactile and aural experience. This interactive installation further seeks to critically question how our relationship to computing technology is effected and affected through mediation with embodied interaction modalities.