Image from the Chernobyl Project series of photographs by Alice Miceli.
Guardian article about how, a year down the line, parents are still struggling to deal with the invisible presence of radiation in the surrounding environment. A root cause of this stress is not the radiation itself but a lack of information regarding the significance of the radiation that is present.
‘This work is a sonic presentation of four deserted rooms inside the ‘Zone of Alienation’ in Chernobyl, Ukraine. Jacob Kirkegaard deliberately picked rooms that once were active meeting points for people: A church in village Krasno, an auditorium, a gymnasium and a swimming pool in Pripyat. (more…)