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Ono Taishin Exhibition - Inaudible cry in Fukushima
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Published: August 27 2019

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‘Inaudible Cry in Fukushima’

It has been 8 years since that Great East Japan Earthquake and nuclear power plant accident in Fukushima. But how much do we actually know about what had happened then and Fukushima’s situations now.
Taishin Ono was born in Fukushima and was a primary school student when the earthquake occurred. Now he lives in Tokyo as a university student. He puts himself in a position where he forces himself to think about nature, humans and society from the point of Fukushima’s view. Sharpening his sensibility and intelligence he expresses those people who have died, who are living now and his own inaudible cry. And by presenting his work he is trying to make the viewers involve in thinking together.


Information Provided by: Gallery K

Period: September 2,2019 (Mon) 〜 September 7,2019 (Sat)
Hours: 11:30~19:00 Saturday~17:00
Closed: Sundays
Venue: Gallery K

Last Updated on September 02 2019

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