Sarcophagus

 

An exhibition data-mapping the ways in which different ground types at Chernobyl’s Reactor 4 hold memory of the nuclear disaster.

Plotted as a bridal tapestry, the data measures radioactivity readings of raw earth at the Sarcophagus, against the readings from concrete laid before and after 1986.

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China Heights Gallery
Sydney, Australia : 2017

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‘Chernobyl Reactor 4 { Data Map : Topographic Radioactivity }, Unpaved Earth I’. Pin-holes on paper, 75 x 101 cm. Private collection 2017

‘Chernobyl Reactor 4 { Data Map : Topographic Radioactivity }, Concrete Ground Laid Pre-1986 I’. Pin-holes on paper, 75 x 101 cm. Private collection 2017

‘Chernobyl Reactor 4 { Data Map : Topographic Radioactivity }, Concrete Ground Laid Post-1986 I’. Pin-holes on paper, 75 x 101 cm. Private collection 2017

‘Chernobyl Reactor 4 { Data Map : Topographic Radioactivity }, Concrete Ground Laid Post-1986 II’. Pin-holes on paper, 75 x 101 cm. Private collection 2017

Chernobyl Reactor 4 { Data Map : Topographic Radioactivity }, Concrete Ground Laid Pre-1986 II’. Pin-holes on paper, 75 x 101 cm. Private collection 2017

‘Chernobyl Reactor 4 { Data Map : Topographic Radioactivity }, Unpaved Earth II’. Pin-holes on paper, 75 x 101 cm. Private collection 2017

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