Spending much of our lives connected digitally, we are as affected by the 'weather' on the internet as in the sky. Folkestone has its share of weathervanes, but Cézanne Charles and John Marshall's Whithervanes track the orchestration of fear in real time through monitoring newsfeeds for alarmist keywords. The five headless chickens revolve away from the geographic origin of each story, indicating the intensity of fear through changing colored lighting and the number of rotations each Whithervane makes. The image of the headless chicken perfectly expresses the sense of panic that corporations and governments use to keep consumer-citizens acquiescent. Tweet @whithervanes #keepcalm (to reduce) #skyfalling (to increase) the fear level.