Where there is wind (there will be dust) is a new experimental video essay-poem by Jesse Boylan that seeks to understand the ways in which we are all connected through dust. Dust is picked up and carried through the air, traversing state boundaries, and permeating everything in its wake. In a way, dust contains memories and evidence of action and inaction. When collected, stored, and studied, dust can reveal information about who we are and how we live. The particles contained within, recorded in data sets, show us our past, present, and potential future.