10% Concerning The Image Archive Of a Nuclear Research Facility - Softcover


  • Unknown lady in the radiation department, puddle, dancing couple in costume, damage to a waste drum, retiree send-off, lead shielding, burnt-out glovebox, 'scorpion' with microchip – these are all captions to pictures of Germany’s first major nuclear research facility. In 1956, professional photographers began making an on-site record of procedures at the Nuclear Research Center Karlsruhe (KfK). In 2017, the decision was made to digitise 10 percent of this visual archive
  • Using current concerns about the whereabouts of contaminated nuclear waste as a springboard, the publication brings together over thirty viewpoints from the realms of art, sociology, politics, and science as well as the accounts of people directly involved with the facility. 10% sets out to delineate and visualise nuclear research

Pages: 520

Published: November 2021

Size (cm): 20 x 27

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