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!!> PDF ✫ Invisible Colors  ✓ Author Gabrielle Decamous – Pembspm.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 480 pages
  • Invisible Colors
  • Gabrielle Decamous
  • English
  • 21 February 2018
  • 9780262038546

Invisible Colors How Art Makes Visible What Had Been Invisible The Effects Of Radiation, The Lives Of Atomic Bomb Survivors, And The Politics Of The Atomic AgeThe Effects Of Radiation Are Invisible, But Art Can Make It And Its Effects Visible Artwork Created In Response To The Events Of The Nuclear Era Allow Us To See Them In A Different Way In Invisible Colors, Gabrielle Decamous Explores The Atomic Age From The Perspective Of The Arts, Investigating Atomic Related Art Inspired By The Work Of Marie Curie, The Bombings Of Hiroshima And Nagasaki, The Disaster At Fukushima, And Other Episodes In Nuclear HistoryDecamous Looks At The Radium Literature Based On The Work And Life Of Marie Curie A Bomb Literature By Hibakusha Bomb Survivor Artists From Nagasaki And Hiroshima Responses To The Bombings By Western Artists And Writers Art From The Irradiated Landscapes Of The Cold War Nuclear Test Sites And Uranium Mines, Mainly In The Pacific And Some African Nations And Nuclear Accidents In Fukushima, Chernobyl, And Three Mile Island She Finds That The Artistic Voices Of The East Are Often Drowned Out By Those Of The West Hibakusha Art And Japanese Photographs Of The Bombing Are Little Known In The West And Were Censored Poetry From The Marshall Islands And Moruroa Is Also Largely Unknown Western Theatrical And Cinematic Works Focus On Heroic Scientists, Military Men, And The Atomic Mushroom Cloud Rather Than The Aftermath Of The BombingsEmphasizing Art By Artists Who Were Present At These Nuclear Events The Global Hibakusha Rather Than Those Reacting At A Distance, Decamous Puts Eastern And Western Art In Dialogue, Analyzing The Aesthetics And The Ethics Of Nuclear Representation


About the Author: Gabrielle Decamous

Gabrielle Decamous is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Languages and Cultures at Kyushu University in Fukuoka, Japan She has taught at Goldsmiths, University of London, and was the recipient of a Hilla Rebay International Fellowship, working with curators at museums in New York, Bilbao, and Venice and the recipient of a KAKENHI Grants in aid for Scientific Research in Japan.


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