Nuclear Culture News Autumn 2018

21 September - 3 November, 2018
Yelena Popova, Her Name is Prometheus
L'étrangère Gallery, 44a Charlotte Road, London EC2A 3PD

29-30 November
Power at the Edge: Energy Politics and the Periphery. 29-30 November 2018
University of Liverpool. Please email and with your ability to participate in this workshop.

24 October
Lise Autogena and Joshua Portway's work about the Kvanefjeld mine in Greenland has been shortlisted for the 2018 COAL Prize to be announced in Paris on 24th October. In 2017 Erich Berger and Mari Keto's Inheritance artwork was also nominated for this prestigious prize.

Forthcoming 2019:
The Art and Science of Radiation Protection Conference
Scarborough, May 2019.

Previous Events:

16 October
Lise Autogena and Ele Carpenter In Conversation, Transmission series.
Sheffield Hallam University. 4.30-6pm,
Lise Autogena and Joshua Portway’s film Kuannersuit; Kvanefjeld is also showing in the LCD exhibition at Site Gallery in Sheffield.

18 October
Beyond Fukushima
Daiwa Foundation, London.
Talk by photographer Kazuma Obara.

19 October
Nuclear Families: Understanding family life, wellbeing and the atomic bomb
Royal Geographical Society, London.

Nuclear History Conference
Charterhouse, 5-7 July.
Organised by Dr Richard Moore, Visiting Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Science and Security Studies, Department of War Studies, King's College London.
Ele Carpenter will give a presentation on Nuclear Art and Heritage.

Resonances Summer School, EU Commission, Joint Research Council, Ispra, Milan, Italy
25-29 June 2018
Lise Autogena, Joshua Portway and Ele Carpenter will be running workshops as part of the SciArt 2018 Resonsances Summer School called DATAMI.
Wednesday 27th June, 10.15-13.00, Ele will be running a Nuclear Culture workshop including a Participatory Performance in Variable Risk Perception with JRC Nuclear Safety Scientists.

Nuclear Culture and Radiological Deep Time
Tuesday May 29th. 3pm.
University of Cumbria Institute of the Arts, Brampton Road Campus, Lecture Theatre 2.
An illustrated talk by Ele Carpenter, Honorary Research Fellow, as part of the 10th Anniversary events for the University of Cumbria.

Nuclear Culture Workshop
'Made From Light: The Science of Art and Renewable Energy'
Tate Liverpool, 12 and 14 June. Led by Dr Jonathon Hogg, University of Liverpool.

Other Events:

(In)Human Time: Artistic Responses to Radiotoxicity, 23 May 2018, 13:00 – 18:00, NICA, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Hector Dyer will be performing 'Thank You for Your Patience' at Futurefest 'Curated Decay' in July.

Thomson & Craighead are presenting 'Temporary Index' at Anytime Now, Tent, Rotterdam, Holland.

ELEGIAC FALLS (Part One) – The Radiobiological Human Tissue Repository” – part of Antwerp Art Weekend 2018