2007: Eve Andree Laramee: Fluid Geographies. Conceptual, eco-art. In progress. more info
2006: Chad Person:
FUGO II: A design for the world's first passenger atomic bomb. Albuquerque, NM
Major Bang, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Dirty Bomb.
          A Suspense comedy with magic. The Foundry Theatre.
Arts at St. Anne's, Brooklyn, NY.
more info; NYTimes Theater Review: It Only Hurts When You Don't Laugh, by Bill Brantley.
2005: Kenny Cole:
Black & Blue. drawings, mixed media series
Dr. Atomic, Opera by John Adams + Peter Sellars, premier: San Fransisco Opera; more info
2005: Sam Kerson: Weapons of Mass Destruction. drawings, charcoal + pastel on paper
2004: Leslie Thornton:
Let Me Count the Ways: Minus 10, Minus 9, Minus 8, Minus 7....film
2004: CLUI:
THE NEVADA TEST SITE GUIDE: A Guide to America's Nuclear Proving Ground; (CD-ROM)
2004: U2:
How To Dismantle an Atomic Bomb. Music CD w/ DVD
2004: Shomei Tomatsu:
Skin of the Nation, Photographs; exhibition catalogue
2004: Richard Ross:
Waiting For The End Of The World, photo essay/book
2004: Andreas Magdanz:
Dienststelle Marienthal, photographs; website
2004: Tom Wilcox:
Hiroshima, Innocent Souls Rising, created in Apophysis (software)
2004: Grace Graupe-Pillard:
Explosion III. cut-out painting
2003: Leslie Thornton:
Paradise Crushed. film
2003: Wilhelm Sasnal:
A-Bomb, oil on canvas; more info
2003: Peter Greenaway:
The Tulse Luper Suitcases, film/tv; media proj/online interactive story/CDROMS;  [more info]
2003: Jim Sanborn:
Critical Assembly; installation
2003: Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries,
2003: Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries,
Operation Nukorea, online
2003: Robert Longo:
Atomic Bomb, drawings
2003: Joy Garnett,
Dominic Sunset, dual channel DVD installation
2003: Michael Light,
100 Suns, artist book
2003: Paul Shambroom: Face to Face with the Bomb: Nuclear Reality After the Cold War; photo essay/book (intro. Richard Rhodes)
2003: Takashi Morizumi:
Children of the Gulf War; photo essay/book
2003: Kartz Ucci,
Tailings, interactive streaming video (in process)
2002: elin o'hara slavic:
Places the US Has Bombed (in progress); watercolors + book
2002: Brian Higbee,
Badger; Bravo; paintings, oil on canvas
2002: Dan Hurlin:
Hiroshima Maiden; performance; puppetry
2002: Michael Light,
100 Suns, site-specific installation; more info
2002: Kim Stringfellow,
Safe as Mother's Milk: The Hanford Project (web) more info
2002: John Timberlake:
Another Country, photographed dioramas
2002: Dominic McGill:
Model for a deathwish generation, mixed media
2002: Dominic McGill:
This is tomorrow, cast epoxy resin
2002: Joy Garnett:
Rainbow Bomb, oil on canvas
2003: Jim Sanborn:
Atomic Time, photographs
2002: Bruce Connor:
Bombhead, inkjet print on paper
2002: Claudia X. Valdes:
Sites of Trauma. paintings
2002: Claudia X. Valdes:
In the Dream of the Planet. digital video
2002: Claudia X. Valdes:
192:291. digital video
2001: Claudia X. Valdes:
Suppressing the Dream. digital video
2001: Zhou Xiahu:
Beautiful Cloud, DVD animation; more info
2001: Ann Rosenthal + Stephen Moore: Infinity City, online exhibition; installations; started 1982
2001: Elin O'Hara Slavic: Places the US Has Bombed, drawings installation
2000-02: Joy Garnett:
Trinity Suite, online animation
Artists / Works - 21st c.
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