Well Prepared

groupshow at Wiensowski & Harbord, bunker

In the mid-1980s, a task force set up specifically for this purpose developed various communication strategies for marking areas contaminated with life-threatening nuclear radiation. The need arose from the realization of the contamination of nuclear repositories that can last for tens of thousands of years. Within such long periods of time, society, language and imagery change so dramatically that a very stable transmission of information is required. The work questions the extent to which such signs can actually remain legible in an indefinite future and imagines possible warning objects in the form of archaeological artifacts.

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