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Perpetual Uncertainty: Z33

Shimpei Takeda, Trace 7 (2012)

Perpetual Uncertainty:
Art in the Nuclear Anthropocene

Z33, Hasselt, Belgium
September 17 – December 10, 2017
Roundtable: Friday 17 November

Perpetual Uncertainty is an exploration of contemporary art in the nuclear anthropocene. The exhibition brings together international artists from across Europe, the USA and Japan to investigate experiences of nuclear technology, radiation and the complex relationship between knowledge and deep time.

NEON Dundee

The Goddess of Uranium is Angry. Detail from 'Laboratory for Variable Risk Perception' Ele Carpenter, 2017

The Laboratory for Variable Risk Perception will be showing as part of the Media Archeology exhibition at the NEON Festival in Dundee, Scotland, 9 - 12 November 2017.

Media Archaeology: Excavations exhibition
West Ward Works
Guthrie Street, Dundee, DD1 5BR
Free. Open Fri to Sat 11am to 5pm and Sun 11am to 4pm

Getting Closer to Deep Time with Kota Takeuchi

Kota Takeuchi, HADES Field trip Selfie, 2016

Kota Takeuchi’s artwork Take Stone Monuments Twice is featured in the Perpetual Uncertainty exhibition at Z33 16 September – 10 December 2017. As part of the Nuclear Culture project, Takeuchi took part in the Z33 Nuclear Culture field visit to the HADES underground research laboratory for the storage of high-level radioactive waste in Belgium, as part of residency at the Arts Catalyst in partnership with S-Air in 2016.

God of the Underworld

Z33 Nuclear Culture Field Trip to HADES, June 2017

HADES Field Trip June 2017
Nuclear Culture Project in partnership with Z33, SCK-CEN and NIRAS/NIROND

Artists Jon Thomson and Alison Craighead, Alexis DeStoop, Maarten Vanden Eynde and Tuur Van Balen along with curators Ele Carpenter and Ils Huygens were given an indepth introduction to the history of Belgian's nuclear industry, properties of radiation, the HADES research lab in Mol, and the test architecture for the Low Level waste site at Dessel.

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