Posts Tagged ‘ energy ’

The secret history of radiation | Eurozine

 

The Pripyat amusement park in the Chernobyl exclusion zone. Photo by Jason Rogers from Flickr

In the aftermath of the Chernobyl accident, international agencies dismissed local doctors’ warnings about a ‘public health catastrophe’ in order to suppress scandal over nuclear tests carried out by the West since the 1950s. This is the conclusion reached by Kate Brown, in her new book ‘Manual for Survival: A Chernobyl Guide to the Future’. Here, she talks to Aro Velmet about the secret history of radiation and what Chernobyl means in the era of climate change.

Source: The secret history of radiation | Eurozine

The Female Power of Carolee Schneemann | The Current | The Criterion Collection

Power is a male word based on male experience. Energy is a female word based on female creation and expression, that is contained, suppressed, repressed, and maimed by patriarchal structures and practices. Wherever I encounter power I replace it with energy. – Donna Fleischer

Source: The Female Power of Carolee Schneemann | The Current | The Criterion Collection

What we Talked About At ISA: Embracing Indecision – Free Improvisation and Ethics as Action | The Disorder Of Things

Piano+ set up – Sebastian Lexer

What we Talked About At ISA: Embracing Indecision – Free Improvisation and Ethics as Action | The Disorder Of Things.

Retrieval, resilience and wild planning | The Dark Mountain Project

Retrieval, resilience and wild planning | The Dark Mountain Project.

In between matter and energy | Interalia Magazine

 

Stardust Ruins: Ruins of Kasch

In between matter and energy | Interalia Magazine.

Language is the atmospheric anomaly our fingers and tongues make happen | HTMLGIANT

Language is the atmospheric anomaly our fingers and tongues make happen | HTMLGIANT.