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yamato

The sinking of Tennō Japan.

Yamato

Yamato, 2011, C-print, 4000 x 2500 pixel

During operation Ten-ichi-gō sakusen Japan’s most famous battleship, the Yamato was sunk by American air planes. It symbolized the beginning of the final end of the Tennō rule as a political figure and the military cast that ruled Japan before and during the second world war. 

More than 3000 souls where lost in this waste of life and limb.

“Yamato” is part of the “Catastrophe (Multicolor, Smell-O-Rama)” series.

more catastrophe

more catastrophe, as we enter a new undeclared war…
Violence breeds violence, that is for sure.

Bus_02

Bus_02, 2011, C-print, 4000 x 2500 pixel

Bus_01 uses statistics concerned with national and international terrorism.

This work is part of the “Catastrophe (Multicolor, Smell-O-Rama)” series. See digital art…

No comment part II

The nuclear fuel reprocessing plant of La Hague will be active for thousands of years…

LaHague_02

LaHague_02, 2011, C-print, 4000 x 2500 pixel

For more information visit: wikipedia.org & Greenpeace

LaHague_02 uses years 1960-5060 as overlay. A fraction of the time, the plant will be radioactive. See related Film “seagulls on a beach of litter“.

This work is part of the “Catastrophe (Multicolor, Smell-O-Rama)” series. See digital art…