"37.4212° N, 141.0334° E invites you to a contribution (of sorts) to the collection of our nuclear legacy; starting from the key initiator’s of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings leading up to the aftermath of the events at Fukushima. The work follows a set of stories, one being the then still positioned national health advisor Shunichi Yamashita and the origin of what would come to be the plausible reason of national outrage.
Vernissage at Galleri Konstfack 29 November 4–9 pm
Opening hours 30 November–3 December 12–5 pm
Kamen Zlatev has, since his start of the MFA programme at Konstfack, continued his work with digital fabrication as medium. The 37.4212° N, 141.0334° E project has emerged from his recent residency in Tokyo, at Zokei University, leading to an excursion to the exclusion zone of Fukushima and thoughts on how to deal with the issues at hand from an outsider's perspective.
Galleri Konstfack (at the back of the building), LM Erikssons väg 14, subway station Telefonplan