|Alsos Digital Library for Nuclear Issues (Washington + Lee University)
Applied + Interactive Theatre Guide - Hacktivism
Atomic Veterans of America: Links
Harvard Project on Cold War Studies
Rethinking Wargames Activate!
The Traveler's Guide to Nuclear Weapons: Favorite Nuclear Links
2004 (Fall): Devastating Information: The Bomb Project, Nothing.no - the portal to nothing, Bergen, Norway
2004 (Fall): FILE Electronic Language International Festival, Sao Paolo, Brasil
2004 (Fall): no-org.net: data / reference / art, Jerusalem, Israel
2004 (April): Version>04 invisibleNetworks (Chicago) more info
2004 (Mar): Vigil of Planetary Net Art 03
2004 (Mar): MAF'04 New Media Art Festival, ICECA, Bangkok
2003 (Nov): MAD'03 Net Specific (Madrid 2nd Experimental Art Festival)
2003 (Aug): Arte Digital Rosaria 2003 (Argentina)
2003 (May): PEAM | Pescara Electronic Artists Meeting
2003 (Spring): Contextin' Art: War Projects
2003 (Spring): 2003 Net Art Open
2002-03: >wartime< project
2002: <electronetwork> EM Works
2000: Whitney Museum Artport: Idea Line
2005 (Mar 7): Art BBQ: Bomb Project
2004 (Mar 26): Greg.org ("Joywar, What is it good for?")
2003 (Mar 12): Metafilter, "BOOM"
2003 (Mar 11): DennisCulver.com
2003 (Mar 6): Polar Inertia
2003: BetaCity: Resources
2003 (Mar 5): Coudal Partners, The Bomb Project
2003 (Jan 16): Geisha asobi blog (Japan)
2003 (Jan 15): Idle Type: All Things Atomic
2003 (Jan 11): Apeirophobia
2003 (Jan 9): News Is Free
2002: Lubrichs Art Journal: Favorites
2002 (Feb 7): Haddock Directory, Feb 7, 2002
2002 (Dec12): Braincast: "Atomic Bombs For Dummies"
2002 (Nov 27): NetLife (India)
2002 (Nov 27): Contemporary Art Directory
2002 (Nov 25): Evil-Ware: Turning Revolution Into Evolution
2002 (Nov 15): Rekombinant, "Arte media bombe"
2002 (Nov 13): Interactivist Info Exchange
2002 (Nov 11): Metafilter, "Someone set us up the bomb"
2002 (Nov 11): Seeing_Red, "The Bomb Project"
2002 (Nov): Interzona: Media Tactics
2002 (Sept): Brushstroke.tv
2002 (Sept 26): Airnet, "The Bomb Project"
2002 (Sept 6): Spitting Image, "Shrooms Part 7"
2002: Denisa Kera, Charles University, Prague:  Electronic Culture + Semiotics; more info
2002 (Oct): Dee Morris + Thom Swiss, University of Iowa: New Media Poetics Conference
2002 (June): George Dillon, Washington University: Integrating the Web in English Studies; more info
2001: Amy Franceschini, Josh On, et al., Stanford University Studio Art; more info; SUDAC
2001: Michael Kearl,Trinity University (TX) Sociology: Death + the Military: Lethal Legacies of the Cold War
2000: Daniel Traister, U. of Pennsylvania Dept. of English: Nuclear Fictions
2000 (Fall): Jane D. Marsching, Syracuse University: Digital Projects; more info
|A CONTEMPORARY ART HISTORY
OF THE BOMB
|The Bomb Project is a comprehensive on-line compendium of nuclear-related links, imagery and documentation. It is intended specifically as a resource for artists, and encourages those working in all media, from net.art, film and video, eco-intervention and site-specific installation to more traditional forms of agitprop, to use this site to search for raw material. The Bomb Project has gathered together links to nuclear image archives (still and moving), historical documents, current news, NGOs and activist organizations as well as government labs and arms treaties. It makes accessible the declassified files and graphic documentation produced by the nuclear industry itself, providing a context for comparative study, analysis and creativity.|
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