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Some people say that during the Cuban Missile Crisis, there were surveillance bunkers built along the Old Ingraham Road. Others deny the existence of such structures. An abandoned mango forest is slipping back into the natural world. In July, the mango season is coming to an end and most of the fruit has fallen to the ground. Armed against the night with flashlights, two men set out into the rows of trees to find Burmese pythons.

Nocturnal Desertion Animals hiding in a deserted mango grove wait hopelessly for vindication.

Chekika is a zone, the ruins of dreams. A sprinkling of people live there, mostly down narrow laneways that twist back into the trees. It has a reputation for being moonshine country. The End of the World July 8, The Bay is calm. The shore is a thin line of land, the sky faint blue, white. From Oyster Key, Flamingo appears to be a distant mirage. Points of departure include evidence of human passage and its effect on the river of grass , tales of man versus nature and nature versus exotic. Conversations with local inhabitants, historical research and onsite recording have contributed to the atmosphere of these works.

It is a powerful marker that can also remind us that what starts with a bang could also end with a whimper. When I was first looking into the terminology for geological time scales, eras, periods and epochs, I was trying to visualize the latter part of the scale. Where are we in there? How do we fit in? What is the correlation between us and the bomb, the bomb and our daily life?

If I was to transpose the atomic bomb into a in a more modest span of time, I would think that it would be like starting a new day by getting up on the wrong side of the bed, or worse by getting up only to trip on the carpet at the foot of the bed. The optimist in me says that it would only get better from there.

After taking care of this time scale concept, sort of, I started to worry about the implications of using such an image? What does it mean to have an atomic bomb symbolise the beginning of something? The images of the early blasts are still imprinted in our minds. I can still feel their heat and there is still a part of me that wants to run for cover under a desk or a table. The iconic charge of the bomb is still there and its power continues to frighten us all.

The Oomph Factor There is a reason for everything. And the reason for choosing the atomic bomb as the icon for this epoch is fine. We all agree that it would have been less persuasive to have used an abstract rendition of a medical isotope. Yes and no. For those who are going to disappear, it is.

And we have seen countless of disappearances so far. The wolf of Hokkaido left us in , the Tasmanian tiger in , and the Yangtze River dolphin in , among others. And there will be more species disappear from our world in the future. Although the image shown suggests that the Anthropocene is the end of the world, it is not. Instead, it is a marker for a state of the world. It demonstrates the farthest we can go, the extreme limit of the human experience. The end of the world has a distance and a time frame attached to it. In the Everglades it was the name that the people living in what is now known as Flamingo thought the place should be called.

It was about space. For the estimated between 90, — , people who died in the Hiroshima explosion, it was the end of time. In I created the installation Nuclear Mickeys with an audio component entitled seconds of hesitation. I wanted to show how marketing swallows and dilutes meaning, making everything a game.

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The recording is 58 seconds in length; 28 seconds are comprised of silences, hesitations and breathing. I cut out the words and only kept these pauses. For me, these are the real messages, the heaviest messages. I would like to draw your attention to this time-lapse map of Japanese artist Isao Hashimoto. It spotlights nuclear explosions that have taken place between and Alternative Symbol: Implosion vs.

Explosion So, we know the exact time and place of the first atomic bomb: July 16, , at a. To be exact, the birth of the modern world is the Alamogordo Bombing and Gunnery Range now known as the White Sands Missile Range , and in an ironic twist, owing to the Atari video game burial of , Alamogordo could also be known as a mass grave of our modern world:. This was… a mass burial of unsold video game cartridges, consoles, and computers undertaken by American video game and home computer company Atari, Inc.

The goods disposed of through the burial were generally believed to have been unsold copies of E. If the bomb is a great source of inspiration and fascination you have to agree that the whole Atari burial thing is quite something as well. And the cherry on the cake goes to the Vice Admiral Blandy, and his wife cutting the Atomic Cake in a ceremony celebrating the first explosion in a post war era peacetime.

All is a question of perception and attitude.

End of the World Narrative vs. Speed of the World The great acceleration of human activities that has been happening in the last 60 years has also transformed our perception of the world.

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But Speed is an interesting word. And even if everything goes by faster and faster, we believe that everything will be okay. Everything has to be okay for things to go on. And we like things to go on. This message of hope is conveyed in every advertisement, in every slogan: Beyond Petroleum bp , Make things better Toyota , Solving Challenges Halliburton or Solutions are in our nature David Suzuki —all offer visions of optimism and possibilities.

And there will be more species disappear from our world in the future. Although the image shown suggests that the Anthropocene is the end of the world, it is not. Instead, it is a marker for a state of the world. It demonstrates the farthest we can go, the extreme limit of the human experience. The end of the world has a distance and a time frame attached to it. In the Everglades it was the name that the people living in what is now known as Flamingo thought the place should be called.

It was about space. For the estimated between 90, — , people who died in the Hiroshima explosion, it was the end of time. In I created the installation Nuclear Mickeys with an audio component entitled seconds of hesitation. I wanted to show how marketing swallows and dilutes meaning, making everything a game. The recording is 58 seconds in length; 28 seconds are comprised of silences, hesitations and breathing. I cut out the words and only kept these pauses. For me, these are the real messages, the heaviest messages.

I would like to draw your attention to this time-lapse map of Japanese artist Isao Hashimoto.

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It spotlights nuclear explosions that have taken place between and Alternative Symbol: Implosion vs. Explosion So, we know the exact time and place of the first atomic bomb: July 16, , at a. To be exact, the birth of the modern world is the Alamogordo Bombing and Gunnery Range now known as the White Sands Missile Range , and in an ironic twist, owing to the Atari video game burial of , Alamogordo could also be known as a mass grave of our modern world:.

This was… a mass burial of unsold video game cartridges, consoles, and computers undertaken by American video game and home computer company Atari, Inc. The goods disposed of through the burial were generally believed to have been unsold copies of E. If the bomb is a great source of inspiration and fascination you have to agree that the whole Atari burial thing is quite something as well. And the cherry on the cake goes to the Vice Admiral Blandy, and his wife cutting the Atomic Cake in a ceremony celebrating the first explosion in a post war era peacetime.

All is a question of perception and attitude. End of the World Narrative vs. Speed of the World The great acceleration of human activities that has been happening in the last 60 years has also transformed our perception of the world. But Speed is an interesting word. And even if everything goes by faster and faster, we believe that everything will be okay. Everything has to be okay for things to go on. And we like things to go on. This message of hope is conveyed in every advertisement, in every slogan: Beyond Petroleum bp , Make things better Toyota , Solving Challenges Halliburton or Solutions are in our nature David Suzuki —all offer visions of optimism and possibilities.

In , we all witnessed the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

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For me, it was a watershed moment of great sadness. I was emotionally shaken by what I was seeing. Like many, I stood there powerless, watching the strange image of oil gushing out of a pipe. We were witnessing an endless leak of oil, right in the middle of the so-called Peak Oil period. What followed changed our perception of disaster. I think from that moment, no disaster would be seen the same way.

He spoke of the uncertainty and the scope of the event, noting that it would never be as big as the Exxon Valdez. The doctor talked about the oil spreading over a much longer period of time than the spill from the ill-fated tanker and explained how the effects would be less severe.

And somehow the disaster went away. Normality prevailed. Less than a year later, on March 11, , we collectively witnessed the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster. Eighteen months after the meltdown, the Olympic Committee announced that Tokyo kilometres from Fukushima would host the Summer Olympics. And suddenly, rapidly, successfully our planet becomes a house; we can close the Gulf of Mexico door or the Fukushima door and celebrate all that is good in the world.

We would like to think that. The lesson to be learned from both of these disasters is one of attitude and perception. If such disasters can occur so close to us, to them, and everything is fine , then we have to realize that the disasters to come have a serious benchmark to surpass in order to be qualified as worrisome. The earth can take it. She is tough.

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Our function will be to document what is out there, but more importantly, we can keep the door open and make sure that the curtain stays up. Wassily Kandinsky said that artists have a responsibility to speak about their time, to speak about the spirit of their age. To paraphrase Roy — the leader of the renegade Nexus-6 Replicants in the movie Blade Runner, I will add that not speaking about our time here, would be like losing tears in the rain. If we take responsibly for something, we acknowledge that we can do something, and to forfeit this opportunity is like losing tears in the rain.

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Few people laughed, few people cried, most people were silent. I remembered the line from the Hindu scripture, the Bhagavad-Gita. No letter is used for equal messaging to all viewers without language barrier. The blinking light, sound and the numbers on the world map show when, where and how many experiments each country have conducted.

I created this work for the means of an interface to the people who are yet to know of the extremely grave, but present problem of the world.


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It is dedicated to providing news and information related to the nuclear crisis at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in northeastern Japan. With neither a pro- nor anti-nuclear agenda and no axes to grind, Fukushima Update aims to be a one-stop source for reliable, fact-based reporting about the Fukushima situation. During the editing process, each person will have access to the workshop footage.

This will enable Students to further collaborate on the end result, or to compose individual works. Through voiceover, text over, and added music or sound compositions, the finished works will potentially convey a variety of messages related to the AnthropoScene Conference objectives. The group will set up a tripod and camera in a fixed position facing a lush green area.

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