Anti-Nuke art in Japan

December 8, 2013
Art & Activism
Artists in Japan have taken on the issue of nuclear danger.


Luz Interruptus recently performed against Nuclear power

September 2, 2012
The installation "Radioactive Control" was created for Hamburg, Germany.

Luz Interruptus is a Spanish art collective that performs light installations in urban settings that literally “shine light” on problematic or misused urban spaces. About this installation, Luz Interruptus says: “We are by no means experts on nuclear issues, but we are opposed to nuclear power plants for all the reasons brought forward by the Fukushima disaster. While we undoubtedly will do other installations related to this theme, it is not the main focus of our work.”

Child from Fukushima Speaks Out at UN Status of Women Conference

March 8, 2012
Under Threat
Children from Fukushima spoke at a press conference at the United Nations.

Radioactivists of Japan

August 2, 2011
The growing activism in Japan against nuclear power and the Japanese social structure.

From Clarissa Seidel and Julia Leser:

Radioactivists Trailer from ginger blonde on Vimeo.