Fallout

 

A series of data-maps documenting the new landscape topographies created by the removal of radioactive top-soil in the Fukushima Nuclear Exclusion Zone; plotted as fishnets.

Contouring the ground, the nets allude to the triple nature of the disaster across water and land – as well as to the impossible idea of ‘containment’ of radioactive fallout.

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Hugo Michell Gallery.
Australia : 2016

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Fukushima : Monograph Book
La Chambre Graphique Paris, 2018.

‘Topography : The Road to the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Plant’, (triptych). Pin-holes on paper, 101 x 225 cm. Private collection, 2016

‘Topsoil Storage I, Fukushima’. Photo-print on cotton rag, 75 x 101 cm. Edition of 3 + 1 A.P. Private collections, 2016

‘Abandoned Funeral Hearse, Fukushima’. Photo-print on cotton rag, 75 x 101 cm. Edition of 3 + 1 A.P. Private collections, 2016

‘Topography : Topsoil Storage, Fukushima’. Pin-holes on paper, 75 x 101 cm. Private collection, 2016

‘Topography : Topsoil Storage II, Fukushima’. Pin-holes on paper, 75 x 101 cm. Private collection, 2016

‘Topography : Tsunami Barricade : Iwaki, Fukushima’. Pin-holes on paper, 75 x 101 cm. Private collection, 2016

‘Topsoil Storage II, Fukushima’. Photo-print on cotton rag, 75 x 101 cm. Edition of 3 + 1 A.P. Private collections, 2016

‘Netted Fruit, Fukushima’. Photo-print on cotton rag, 75 x 101 cm. Edition of 3 + 1 A.P. Private collections, 2016

‘Topography : Shrine for a Destroyed Home’, (triptych). Pin-holes on paper, 101 x 225 cm. Private collection, 2016

Installation view : Hugo Michell Gallery, 2016

Installation view : Hugo Michell Gallery, 2016

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