A Secret Landscape: Cold War Infrastructure of the Nation's Capital...
Calendar of Nuclear Accidents, Updated (Greenpeace)
Chernobyl: Assessment of Radiological + Health Aspects (AEN/NEA)
Chernobyl: Ghost Town: My rides thru Chernobyl area
Chernobyl Photos (INS/NNSA)
Guidelines: Iodine Prophylaxis following Nuclear Accidents (WHO) [PDF]
Historical Vignette: Hiroshima (Radiation Research, 2001) [PDF]
International Nuclear Safety (NNSA)
Milnet: Nuclear Weapons Accidents
Nuclear Accidents Timeline (NuclearFiles.org)

Partial List of Nuclear Accidents (Proposition 1 Committee)
Radiation Effects research Foundation
Report to Congress... on Catastrophic Nuclear Accidents (1990)
Three Mile Island Alert
US Nuclear Accidents (Center For Defense Info)
Atomic Testing Museum, Las Vegas, Nevada
Bibliography: Nuclear Weapons Testing (Am.Soc. Intl. Law Libr.)

Bikini Atoll: Reparations For Damages
Bikini Atoll: Radiological Cleanup
Center For Defense Information: Nuclear Testing
Christmas Island Bomb Tests
Growing Nuclear Family, PBS Special, May 12, 1998
Natural Resources Defence Council: Indian + Pakistani Nuclear Tests
Natural Resources Defence Council: Known Nuclear Test Worldwide
Naval Historical Center: Artists' Renderings of Bikini Tests
THE NEVADA TEST SITE GUIDE:CD-ROM
Nuclear Explosions Database (Geoscience Australia)
Nuclear Issues in India + Pakistan: Selected Internet Resources
Nuclear Testing in the Marshall Islands (PDF)
Resource Guide to Nuclear Testing in French Polynesia
South African Nuclear History
Trinity Atomic Website
Years of Atmospheric Testing
BREDL Nuclear Waste Watch
Burying Nuclear Waste at Yucca Mtn, AP Interactive
Center For Land Use Interpretation (CLUI)
Geological Storage of Waste at Yucca Mtn: Case Studies
Las Vegas Rev-Journal : Yucca Mountain News
Natural Resources Defence Council: Nuclear Weapons + Waste
RadWaste.org
State of Nevada Nuclear Waste Project Office
The Study Committee
The Yucca Mountain Project


Atomic  Burst (1966) oil/canvas
Roy Lichtenstein
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Abolition 2000: A Global Network to Eliminate Nuclear Weapons
Acronyme Institute for Disarmament Diplomacy
Agency for the Prohibition of Nuclear Arms in Latin America
Canadian Network to Abolish Nuclear Weapons
Center For Land Use Interpretation (CLUI)
Citizen Alert
Citizens Awareness Network
Greenpeace no.nukes
Greenpeace: International
Hiroshima A-Bomb WWW Museum
Hiroshima Peace Site
Institute For Environmental Research (IEER)
Lawyers' Committee On Nuclear Policy
Natural Resources Defence Council: The Internet + the Bomb
Natural Resources Defence Council: Nuclear Weapons + Waste
Nuclear Energy Information Service
Nuclear Policy Research Institute
Nuclear Reduction/Disarmament Initiative
Nuclear Resources Defense Council
Physicians For Global Survival
Physicians For Social Responsibility
Riverkeeper: Close Indian Point
Shundahai Network
Snake River Alliance: Idaho's Nuclear Watchdog
Shundahai Network
Stop All Nuclear Testing
Tooth Fairy Project
UrgentCall.org
Waging Peace - Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
Western States Legal Foundation: Health + Environmental Effects
WSLF: Organizing For Abolition
World Information Service on Energy (WISE)
Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments (ACHRE)
Atomic Veterans of America: US Registered Guinea Pigs
Atomic Veterans History Project
Atomic Veterans Radiation News
Australian Nuclear Veterans Association
Canadian Atomic Veterans Association
Killing Our Own: The Disaster of America's Experience ...
Manhattan Project Heritage Preservation Assoc. Veterans Memorial
National Association of Atomic Veterans (NAAV)
Nuclear Workers Compensation Prog. (Govt. Accountability Proj.)
Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty
Atoms for Peace address by Pres. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Dec. 8, 1953
Atoms for Peace address, in brief
The Comprehensive Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty
Foi.net: resources on freedon of information law
List of arms control agreements (FAS)
National Security Archive: Electronic Briefing Books (GW Univ.)
Newly Declassified Documents (Harvard Project on Cold War Studies)
Sites Featuring Declassified Documents (HPCWS)
Strategic Arms Reductions Treaty (START II)
The Traveler's Guide to Nuclear Weapons: Documents
US State Dept. List of Treaties (prior to Jan. 20, 2001)
Western States Legal Foundation: Nuclear Posture Review Resources
WSLF: Documents Obtained via Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)


2003: Rethinking Wargames Activate!, online
ca. 1997: Mycke:
Ban the Bomb poster
1995:
International No Nuke Cartoon, Animation + Art Exhibition, online
1995:
Protest Poster Exhibition Against the Nuclear Weapon Test by France, Tokyo, traveling
ca. 1990s?: Nagasaki Nightmare, Art For @ Change
1982: Ann Rosenthal, Stephen Moore + UNARM, Target LA, traveling; installation
1980s:
Sisters of Survival (SOS), Otis Library (LA), traveling; performance, graphics, installation
1980s: Artists For Peace, Justice + Civil Liberties: Nuclear Madness Anthology; various media
1980: Mark Vallen:
Nuclear War?! There Goes My Career, silkscreen poster
1960: Ben Shahn:
H-Bomb Poster
1945 -present: Nuke Pop
2003: Connecting the Dots: Surviving Nuclear War, Canada, photo exhibition, traveling
2003:
Enola Gay, Smithsonian National Air + Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, VA
2003:
Images from the Atomic Front, Chung-Cheng Gallery, St. John's Univ., Jamaica, NY
          review: "
The Art of War," R.C.Baker, The Village Voice, NY: Mar 12-18, 2003
2003:
Children of the Gulf War, photographs by photojournalist Takashi Morizumi, UK/Australia, traveling
c. 2002:
The Cold War, The Learning Curve, The National Archives Virtual Museum (UK)
2002:
Half Life: Living with the Effects of Nuclear Waste, Mayak, Russia (Greenpeace)
2002: Second Special Exhibition of FY2002, Hiroshima Peace Museum
2001-02:
The Rosenbergs Reconsidered, The New York Historical Society, NYC
1998: Linus Pauling + The 20th Century, Herbst International Exhib. Hall, San Francisco
1998:
Panoramic Views of Hiroshima, Photographs by Shigeo Hayashi c.1945, The Japan Peace Museum
1998:
The Day After the Nagasaki Bombing, Photographs by Yosuke Yamahata, The Japan Peace Museum
1998:
Hiroshima City, 2 months after. Photographs by Shinkichi Kickuchu, The Japan Peace Museum
1998: Enola Gay Exhibition, Nat'l Air + Space Museum, Smithsonian Inst., Washington DC
1995: The Photographs of Yosuke Yamahata: Nagasaki Journey; ICP, traveling
1995: Hiroshima-Nagasaki: 50 Years of Deceit + Self Deception, Bethune College, York Univ., Toronto
1995 (Cancelled):
The Crossroads: The End of WWII, The Atomic Bomb + The Cold War;
         Nat'l Air + Space Museum, Smithsonian Inst., Washington DC
The Enola Gay Controversy
Article from Crossroads: A Journal of Nagasaki History + Culture
Enola Gay + Smithsonian Chronology
1995-present: Hiroshima-Nagasaki Atomic Bomb Exhibition, Hiroshima Peace site, traveling
1995-present:
Hiroshima-Nagasaki A-Bomb Photo Poster Exhibition, Hiroshima Peace site, traveling
1995 (Aug 6): CSI Hiroshima Live Project, Hiroshima Radio Broadcast
1945-79: Hiromi Tsuchida:
Hiroshima Archive, photographs
click thumbnails for larger images, info + sources
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2003, UK: 2003: The Tulse Luper Suitcases (The Moab Story), Peter Greenaway [more info]
2003, USA:
Avoiding Armageddon (PBS television series)
2000, USA: Ultimate Weapon: The H-Bomb Dilemma, Peter Galison + Pamela Hogan (History Channel)
1999-2003: Conelrad: Atomic Culture Past + Present
1999: USA: Russian Roulette: A report on the safety of Russia's nuclear arsenal (PBS: Frontline)
1998, USA: Cold War (CNN Perspectives Series - Interactive)
1998, USA: Growing Nuclear Family (PBS)
1996: USA:
Loose Nukes (PBS: Frontline)
1986, Japan: 
Hadashi no gen 2 (Barefoot Gen 2), Anime
1983, Japan:  Hadashi no gen (Barefoot Gen), Anime
1983, UK:
Carry Greenham Home
1983, USA: The Day After, Betsy Bromberg
1983, USA:
The Atomic Cafe
1982, Japan: Prophecy, Susumu Hani (Pacific Film Archives, Berkeley)
1964, USA: Dr. Strangelove, Stanley Kubrick (film stills)
1964, USA:
Fail Safe, Sidney Lumet
1959, UK:
March To Aldernaston
1957, USA: Our Friend The Atom, Disneyland TV (Tomorrowland)
1952, UK:
Children of Hiroshima
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1999-2003: Conelrad: Atomic Culture Past + Present
1995:
International No Nuke Cartoon, Animation + Art Exhibition, online 
1995: Commemorative gambling chip, Pioneer Club Casino, Las Vegas NV
1985: Ann Chisholm:
Faces of Hiroshima, book cover by J.Garnett
1971/72: Erich Fuchs:
What Makes a Nuclear Power Plant Work?
ca. 1960-81:
Various book covers
1964: Stanley Kubrick: Dr. Strangelove (film  stills: Hackers of the World Unite)
1957:
Our Friend The Atom, Disneyland TV (Tomorrowland segment)
ca. 50s ?: Atoms for Peace, medallion (origins unknown)
1957: M. Philip Copp: The Atomic Revolution, comic book; more info
ca. 1950s-60s: Erik Nitsche:
Atoms for Peace, posters for The General Dynamics Corp.
ca. 1950s:
Atomic Energy + Nuclear Science, vintage advertisements
ca. 1950s:
The General Dynamics Corporation, vintage advertisements
ca. 1950s:
The Illustrated Story of the Atomic Bomb (cover); contents
ca. 1955-71: Various book covers
ca. 1945: Manhattan Project Silver Lapel Pin
ca. 1945-1960s: The Atomic Bomb General Store (on Ebay)
1945: The Atomic Bomb + The Word of God (book cover), by Wilbur M. Smith
1945 - present: Nuke Pop, comics, record jackets, bomb erotica...
1999: Sony Outsider (Gajin), Tom Sachs, SITE Santa Fe
1999:
Inventory, [PDF] Creative Union Hiroshima, Japan; more info; directory of works/contributions
1999:
Joy Garnett: Buster-Jangle, Debs + Co., New York
1998:
Atomic, The Arts Catalyst, traveling: London + Nottingham; 1999: Slovenia
1997:
Nuclear Enchantment: The Photographs of Patrick Nagatani, Center for the Arts, Univ. of Guam
1996: Cornelia Hesse-Honegger: After Chernobyl, Locus+/ University Museum, Oxford (UK)
1995: Paul Shambroom: Hidden Places of Power, Walker Art Center
1995: Leon Golub + Nancy Spero: War + Memory, MIT List Center, Cambridge, Mass
1995: Age of Chaos: Art on The Net, Machida City Museum of Graphic Arts, Tokyo
1995: Nagasaki Journey; Online exhibition, Exploratorium, San Francisco
1995: The Photographs of Yosuke Yamahata: Nagasaki Journey; ICP, traveling
1988-97:
International Shadows Project, curated by Karl Young, traveling; web
1983-84: The End of the World: Contemporary Visions of the Apocalypse, New Museum, NYC
1982:
The Atomic Salon, Ronald Feldman Gallery, NYC
1979:
The Reason For The Neutron Bomb, Chris Burden at Ronald Feldman Gallery, NYC
1969:
Atomic Art, Alyce Simon at the Smithsonian Inst., Washington DC
1953:
Atoms For Peace, Erik Nitsche for The General Dynamics Corporation; National Atomic Museum, traveling
2004: Shomei Tomatsu: Skin of the Nation, Japan Society, NYC; traveling; NYTimes review
2004:
Building The Unthinkable, curated by Christian Stayner, Apex Art, NYC; Brochure (PDF)
2004:
Richard Ross: Waiting For The End Of The World, Otis Art Institute, LA
2004:
The Big Nothing, ICA Philadelphia, PA
2004:
Terrorvision, Exit Art, NYC
2004: Robert Longo:
The Sickness of Reason, Metro Pictures, NYC
2004: Andreas Magdanz:
Dienststelle Marienthal, Janet Borden Gallery, NY
2003-04: Jim Sanborn:
Atomic Time: Pure Science + Seduction, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Wash DC, traveling
2003:
James Rosenquist, a retrospective, Guggenheim Museum, NYC; more info
2003:
Nancy Spero: War Series, Galerie Lelong, NYC; more info
2003: Michael Light:
100 SUNS, Hosfelt Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2002-03:
Bombs Away, curated by Sophie Jarram, The Physics Room Contemp.Art Proj. Space, Christchurch, NZ
2002-03: Kim Stringfellow:
Safe as Mother's Milk: The Hanford Project, Cornish College of Art, Seattle WA
2002: John Timberlake:
Another Country, Artists Space, New York, Project Room
2002: Michael Light:
100 Suns, site-specific installation at Burning Man; publication info
2002: Dominic McGill:
Tomorrow, Debs + Co., New York
2002: Robert Arneson: Global Death + Destruction, Cantor Center for Visual Arts, Stanford Univ.
2002: Emmet Gowin: Changing the Earth, Aerial Photographs, Yale Univ. Art Gallery
2002: Vital Forms: American Art + Design in the Atomic Age, 1940-1960, traveling
2002: Ann Rosenthal, et al.: Toxic Trails: Tracking Fire + Water, Lycoming College Art Gallery, PA; press release
2002:
Looking at Hiroshima, Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art
2001: The Atomic Photographers Guild: Visibility + Invisibility in the Nuclear Era, Gallery TPW, Toronto; catalogue
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2005
3/08:
Hans Bethe, Prober of Sunlight +
.........Atomic Energy, Dies at 98 (NYTimes)
2/23:
A Place To Consider Apocalypse (NYTimes)

2004
10/10:
Truth Stranger than 'Strangelove' (NYTimes)
6/16: Senate Backs New Research on A-Bombs (NYTimes)
6/13:
The Netherworld of Nonproliferation (NYTimes Mag)
3/22: Scientists Advocate New DOE Policy to Avoid Environmentally
.........Destructive Remediation (EAD)
3/01:
The Deal: Why is Washington going easy on Pakistan's
..... ....black marketers? (Seymour M. Hersh for The New Yorker)

2003
[Dec]: Natl Air + Space Museum: Enola Gay Exhibition opens
12/16:
A Big Museum Opens to Jeers as Well as Cheers (NYTimes)
12/18:
The Enola Gay is More Than Its Wingspan (LATimes)
9/10:  
Edward Teller is Dead at 95 (NYTimes)
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GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS / TREATIES / ADDRESSES
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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2005: The Future of War, [conference proceedings] Allen Feldman, Wayne Ashley eds., (Pub. TK)
2004 (Fall):
Devastating Information: The Bomb Project, Nothing.no - the portal to nothing, Bergen, Norway
2004 (Fall):
1st Int'l Festival of Electronic Art 404/Astas Romas, Museo Juan B. Castagnino, Rosario, Argentina
2004 (Fall):
FILE Electronic Language International Festival, Sao Paolo, Brasil
2004 (Fall):
no-org.net: data / reference / art, Jerusalem, Israel
2004 (Spring):
Internet Art , Rachel Greene,Thames & Hudson, Ltd. (World of Art series)
2004 (April):
Version>04 invisibleNetworks (Chicago) more info
2004 (Mar):
Vigil of Planetary Net Art 03, Interview w/ Nicholas Economos
2004 (Mar):
MAF'04 New Media Art Festival, ICECA, Bangkok
2003 (Nov):
MAD'03 Net Specific: Selected Work (Madrid 2nd Experimental Art Festival)
2003 (Oct): 100 Suns, (bibliography), Michael Light, Knopf
2003 (Sept):
Archiving the Bomb, Ryan Griffis, Furtherfield
2003 (Sept):
Interview with Joy Garnett, Ryan Griffis, Furtherfield
2003 (Summer): War as Architecture,Tom Vanderbilt, Knowledge Circuit, Design Inst. (U. of Minnesota) [see below]
2003 (Aug 8):
Da Bomb, For Real, Rachel Greene, Rhizome: NetArt News
2003 (Summer): War Re-framed, Joy Garnett, LMCC LowDown [see below]
2003 (May): Face to Face with The Bomb, Selected Readings + Resources, Paul Shambroom, JHUP
2003 (Spring): The Future of War: Aesthetics, Politics, Technologies, Conference at The New School, NYC
                       Brochure[
PDF] : front; back
2003 (Spring):
The Future of War, LMCC LowDown
2003 (Mar): The War On Internet, Hector Vilar, Centre Int'l d'Art Contemporain de Montreal
2003 (Mar): Furtherfield: From the Archive: Site of the Month
2003: Rediff Directory
2002 (Nov 29): The Bomb Project, The Write News, Publishing Industry Soundbytes
2002 (Nov 25): What's Online, Cay Dickson, Houston Chronicle
2002 (Nov 20): The Bomb Project Compiles Nuclear Bomb Imagery, Documents for Artists, UrlWire
2002 (Nov 15): The Bomb Project, Richard Kadrey, OPI8: New Dark Culture
2002 (Nov 11): The Bomb Project, Bruce Sterling, Schism Matrix
2002 (Oct 2): Art or Action: Joy Garnett's Bomb Project, Lewis Lacook, Furtherfield
2002 (Sept 7): The Bomb Project, Jaka Zeleznikar, Mladina | Spletna umetnost
2002 (Sept 6): Not For the Squeamish, Helen Varley Jamieson, Rhizome: NetArt News
2001 (Fall): The Bomb Project, Brasil Online | Arte e Cultura: O Melhor da Internet
2000 (July 26):
Beauty and the Beast: The Bomb Project, Robert Atkins, MediaChannel
2000 (Summer):
Joy Garnett: The Bomb Project,The Alternative Museum Online Arts Journal
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MOVEMENTS + COLLECTIVES
Atomic Testing Museum, Las Vegas, Nevada
B-Reactor Museum
, Hanford Washington
Naval Historical Center: Artists Renderings of Bikini Tests, Washington DC
Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum, Hiroshima
Japan Peace Museum, Hiroshima
Bravo 20 National Park, Nevada
National Atomic Museum, Albuquerque NM
Smithsonian National Air + Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, Chantilly, VA
Trinity Commemorative Stone, (erected 1965) White Sands Missile Range, NM
Atomkeller Museum, Haigerloch, Germany
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A-Bomb WWW Museum
Russian Nuclear Weapons Museum
The Cold WarMuseum
The Traveler's Guide to Nuclear Weapons: Atomic Museums
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Images from the Atomic Front
NUCLEAR WAR
NON-GOVERNMENT (NGO) SITES
The Center For Land Use Interpretation
One Nuclear Place
Dropping the Bomb - 1945 day by day through primary sources
Chernobyl photos
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Nuclear II
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Monthly Online Newsletter of The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
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Roy Lichtenstein: Atomic Burst
c.1998-present: The Arts Catalyst
1980s: Sisters of Survival (SOS), Jerri Allyn, Nancy Angel, Anne Gauldin, Cheri Gaulke, Sue Maberry; USA
1950s:
Arte Nucleare, or Movimento Nucleare, Italy; more info + images
1951: Enrico Baj, founder of Arte Nucleare movement, Milan, Italy
2001: Nagasaki Nightmare, Art For a Change, updated
1985: Ann Chisholm: Faces of Hiroshima, book about Hibakusha: "Hiroshima Maidens"
1995: Yosuke Yamahata: The Photographs of Yosuke Yamahata: Nagasaki Journey
ca. 1990s?: Nagasaki Nightmare, Art For @ Change
c.1970s: Keiji Nakazawa, Hadashi no gen (Barefoot Gen) vol.3, Manga
c.1970s: Keiji Nakazawa, Hadashi no gen (Barefoot Gen) excerpts, Manga
1945: Shigeo Hayashi,
Panoramas of Hiroshima after the bomb, photographs
1945: Shinkichi Kickuchu,
Hiroshima City, 2 months after, photographs
1999: Mary-Kim Arnold + Matthew Derby: Kokura, new media; hypertext
1999: James Accord, Carey Young + Mark Waller:
Atomic, installations; var. media
1999: Tom Sachs: Sony Outsider, sculpture (based on Fat Man, a-bomb dropped on Nagasaki); catalogue
1997-1999: Joy Garnett:
Buster-Jangle series, paintings
1996: Cai Guo Qiang:
various projects presented at the XXIII Sao Paolo Bienal
1996; James L. Accord:
B-Reactor, commemorative sculpture
1996: Gregory Green:
Nuclear Device, mixed media sculpture; more info; more info
1995: Gregory Green:
RCSASM #4 (Mega Magnum), mixed media sculpture
1995: Akke Wagenaar:
The Hiroshima Project net.art (re-launch); more info; and more info
1995: Hidechika Takehisa:
Hiroshima/The Building Blown Up by Atomic Bomb net.art; paper model kit
1995: Yosuke Yamahata: The Photographs of Yosuke Yamahata: Nagasaki Journey
1994: Carole Gallagher:
American Ground Zero: The Secret Nuclear War, photo essay/book
1994: Gregory Green:
Suitcase Bomb, mixed media sculpture; more info
1992-95; Paul Shambroom:
Nuclear Weapons, photographs
1991: Robert Morris:
Restless Sleepers/Atomic Shroud, silkscreen on linen
1991: Tony Price:
The Last SALT Talks: A Trophy For The Winners Of the Next Nuclear War, assemblages
1990: Richard + Miriam Weisang Misrach:
Bravo 20: The Bombing of the American West, photo essay/book
1989: Vernon Fisher:
Bikini, acrylic on canvas
1987: Robert Del Tredici:
At Work in the Fields of the Bomb, photo essay/book
1986: Richard Misrach:
The Bombing of the American West, photographs
1984: Robert Arneson:
General Nuke, ceramic sculpture
1983: Robert Arneson:
Nuclear War Head #6, sculpture
1982: Raymond Briggs: When the Wind Blows, comic + nuclear primer, pub. by Hamish Hamilton, Ltd (UK)
1982: Chris Burden: The Atomic Alphabet, sound recording
1981: Todd Siler:
Nuclear War, Children!, mixed media; more info
1980s:
Sisters of Survival (SOS),  Cheri Gaulke, Sue Maberry, et al.; performance, installation
1979: Chris Burden: The Reason For The Neutron Bomb, installation; more info + images
1978-91: Beverly Naidus:
This Is Not A Test, audio installation
1976: Bruce Connor: Crossroads, film (36 mins.) info; more info
1972: T.C. Cannon: Village With Bomb, painting; artist info
1960s-70s: Alyce Simon:
Atomic Art; artist info;  electron bombarded acrylics
1967: Henry Moore: Nuclear Energy, sculpture
1966: Nancy Spero: Sperm Bomb, gouache + ink on paper; more info
1966: Roy Lichtenstein: Atom Burst, oil on canvas
1964-65: James Rosenquist:
F-111, multi-panel room install [view], oil on canvas + aluminum
1964: Stanley Kubrick: Dr. Strangelove (stills), movie
1964: Andy Warhol:
Atomic Bombs, silkscreen (detail)
1960: Ben Shahn:
H-Bomb Poster
1958: Gregory Corso: Bomb, poem, published by City Lights
1957: M. Philip Copp: The Atomic Revolution, comic book; more info + images
1956: Erik Nitsche: General Dynamics Corp. "Atoms For Peace," posters
1952: Harold Edgerton:
Atomic Tests, photographs
1952: Kimura Hideo: No More Hiroshimas, ballet
1952: Isamu Noguchi:
Memorial To The Dead of Hiroshima, (unrealized)
1951-2: Isamu Noguchi:
Ikuru (To Live), concrete bridge railings, Hiroshima Peace Park
1951-2: Isamu Noguchi:
Shinu (To Die), concrete bridge railings, Hiroshima Peace Park
1950: Isamu Noguchi:
Model of a Bell Tower for Hiroshima,  wood + ceramic (unrealized)
1946: Moholy-Nagy:
Leuk 5, painting
1946: Moholy-Nagy: Nuclear II, painting
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)
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,
METABLAST, online
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: 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
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
I: Cinema / Art // Science / War / History / Current Analyses
II:
Cinema / Art, cont'd // Cultural Theory / Literature
Alsos Digital Library for Nuclear Issues (Washington + Lee University)
Annual ANE/NEA Publications
The Atomic Age Opens: Selections from the Popular Culture Library (Bowling Green State Univ. 1995)
Center For Land Use Interpretation (CLUI): Publications
Internat'l Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Publications
Journal of Cold War Studies  + Book Series (Harvard Project on Cold War Studies)
Los Alamos Natl. Lab Publications (No Longer) Online
The Nation: Nuclear Arms + Proliferation [articles]
The Race to Build the Atomic Bomb: A Resource for Teachers + Students
The Traveler's Guide to Nuclear Weapons: Atomic Bibliography
The Traveler's Guide to Nuclear Weapons: [Book excerpts]
Russell Aiuto: Klaus Fuchs : Atomic Bomb Spy, CrimeLibrary.com
Russell Aiuto: The Rosenbergs : A Tale of Love, Espionage, Deceit + Betrayal, CrimeLibrary.com
Robert L. Civiak: Closing the Gaps: Securing High Enriched Uranium in the Former Soviet Union (FAS 2002)
Walter A. Davis: Deracination: The Psyche That Dropped The Bomb [excerpt] (SUNY Pr. 2001)
Eric Draper: Revisiting New Mexico's Nuclear Past (May 2003, AP)
General Leslie Groves:The Atomic Bomb (Jan 10, 1946) [PDF]
Bill Keller: The Thinkable (NYTimes Magazine, May 4, 2003)
Henry Kelly: Dirty Bombs: Response to a Threat (FAS Report Mar/Apr 2002)
Nicholas Kristof: Blood on Our Hands? (NYTimes, Aug 5, 2003)
Mark Langer: Disney's Atomic Fleet (Animation World Magazine, Issue 3.1, 1998)
[Robert J. Lifton]: Champion of Human Survival Tries to Awaken Fears (NYTimes 2000)
Zia Mian: Bush's War: Central Asia + Iraq (AFSC 2002)
Zia Mian: Human Rights: Pakistan Grows Drunk on Blood (Jinn Magazine 1995)
Zia Mian: Nuclear Fears, Nuclear History (Communalism Combat, Bombay, 1998)
Zia  Mian + Frank von Hippel: The Alternative to Nuclear Tests (WashPost 1998)
Bertrand Russell: The Bomb + Civilization, anti-nuclear writings (c.1945)
Paul Saffo: The Road from Trinity, essays (Japan, 1998-2002)
Jonathan Schell: From Hiroshima to Baghdad (Unitarian Church of Staten Island, Aug 2002)
Scientists Advocate New DOE Policy to Avoid Environmentally Destructive Remediation (EAD, March 2004)
Tom Vanderbilt: Fallout Shelters (Metropolis Magazine: April 2001)
Tom Vanderbilt: Note on 9/11 (H-Urban, Sept. 14, 2001)
Tom Vanderbilt: An Even Deeper Bunker (London Review of Books, March 2002)
Tom Vanderbilt: Survival City: Adventures Among the Ruins of Atomic America (Princeton Arch. Pr. 2002)
Alsos Digital Library for Nuclear Issues: Warfare
A Secret Landscape: Cold War Infrastructure of the Nation's Capital...
Chronological Table of Nuclear Weapons
Dropping The Bomb - 1945 Day by Day
The Effects of Nuclear War (Princeton Study 1979)
Effects of Nuclear Weapons + Nuclear War
Hiroshima A-Bomb WWW Museum
Hiroshima Panorama Project
Hiroshima Peace Site
Hiroshima: was it necessary?
Voices of Hibakusha: Eye-witness testimonials (Hiroshima Peace Cultural Ctr)
British Nuclear Energy Society
The Canadian Nuclear FAQ
Cryptome: Eyeballing 63 US Nuclear Power Plants
International Atomic Energy Agency
Ministry for Atomic Energy of the Russian Federation (MINATOM)
NRC: List of 104 US Nuclear Power Reactors (June 2002)
Nuclear Energy Agency (ANE/NEA), Paris
Nuclear Energy Institute
Nuclear Energy Plant Optimization (DOE)
Nuclear Energy Research Inititative (NERI - DOE)
Nuclear Energy in Slovenia
Office of Nuclear Energy (DOE)
Sandia National Laboratories: Energy + Infrastucture Assurance
Stanford University Nuclear Energy FAQ
World Nuclear Association
50 Facts About Nuclear Weapons (Brookings Inst.)
Center For Defence Information: Nuclear Issues
Johnston's Archive: Nuclear Weapons
Milnet: Nuclear Weapons
Natural Resources Defence Council: Nuclear Stockpiles + Forces
Nuclear Thermal Propulsion (FAS)
Nuclear Weapons Primer (FAS)
Nuclear Weapons FAQ (enviroweb)
Nuclear Weapons History (Harvard Project on Cold War Studies)
Nuclear Weapons, Proliferation... (NYU - GlobalBeat)
Nuclear  + Thermonuclear Weapons (Info pages)
OTA Report (PDF) 1993: Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destr.
Russian Nuclear Forces, 2002 [NRDC: Nuclear Notebook - PDF]
Special Weapons Monitor (FAS)
US Nuclear Weapons Cost Study Project (Brookings Inst.)
Western States Legal Foundation: Nuclear Weapons Programs + Policies
Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board
DOE National Labs - Interactive Map
DOE OpenNet Database
Energy.gov (List of National Labs)
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Los Alamos National Laboratory
National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA)
Nevada Test Site (DOE)
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Office of High Energy Physics (DOE)
Office of Nuclear Energy (DOE)
Office of Nuclear Physics (DOE)
Sandia National Laboratories
Abolition 2000
Acronym Institute
Alsos Digital Library for Nuclear Issues (Washington + Lee University)
American Nuclear Society
The Atomic Archive: Everything you wanted to know about the atomic bomb
British American Security Information Council (BASIC)
Center For Defense Information: Nuclear Issues
Coalition to Oppose the Arms Trade (COAT)
Cold War International History Project
Federation of American Scientists (FAS)
Foi.net: resources on freedon of information law
The Harvard Project on Cold War Studies
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
International Peace Bureau
International Physicians For the Prevention of Nuclear War
List of NGOs and Citizens Organizations (NuclearFiles.org)
Manhattan Project Heritage Preservation Association
NuclearFiles.org
Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI)
Physicians For Global Survival
Riverkeeper
Western States Legal Foundation
WorldAtom (IAEA)
World Information Service on Energy (WISE)
Sedan Crater, Nevada Test Site
2004: Pictures at the Hotel Armageddon, Richard B. Woodward, NYTimes: Arts
2003:
War as Architecture,Tom Vanderbilt, Knowledge Circuit, Design Inst. (U. of Minnesota)
2003:
Through the Lens, the Severe Beauty of Nuclear Test Blasts [100 SUNS], NYTimes: Science
2003:
Darkness Visible [100 SUNS], Sharon Delano, The New Yorker
2003:
Suns of Destruction [100 SUNS], Marisa Olsen, PLANET Magazine
2003:
On View: War Series [Nancy Spero], Karen Rosenberg, New York Magazine
2003:
King of Pop [Rosenquist]: ...subtlety amidst spaghetti + mushroom clouds, Mark Stevens, New York Magazine
2003:
Capturing the Bomb: the Nuclear Weapons Photography of Paul Shambroom + Robert Del Tredici (CWIHP)
2002:
Magic Mushrooms, Jonathan Jones on how artists have exploited the bomb. The Guardian (UK)
2002:
Art riot: Nevada artists create protest works, Carli Cutchin, Reno News + Review
2002: Lazlo Moholy-Nagy +  Atomic Ambivalence in Postwar Chicago, [Abstract] Timothy Garvey, American Art
2001: Desert of Dreams, Tom Vanderbilt, ArtByte: The Magazine of Digital Culture, NY (Jan/Feb)
2000:
MoMA, The Bomb + the Abstract Expressionists, Annabell Shark, Direct Art Magazine, Vol.4
2000:
Explosive Art: Artists Seeks to Work With Nuclear Material, ABC News
1998:
The Future's Mirror, Cornelia Hesse-Honegger, Gregory Steele, Fine Art Forum
c.1990s:
Chirography, Goran Sonesson, Lund Univ. Dept of Semiotics
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: LegJoints
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: [3] 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
Andy Warhol - ATOMIC BOMBS
Scroll down
for a contemporary
art history of
The Bomb.
1964: Andy Warhol: Atomic
Bombs
, silkscreen (detail)
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'HOOD' test, Operation Plumbbob, July 5, 1957
Hood, Nevada Test Site, July 5, 1957
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Atomic Central (VCE)
A Secret Landscape: Cold War Infrastructure of the Nation's Capital...
Bikini Atoll: Movies of Nuclear Tests
Chernobyl: Ghost Town: My rides thru Chernobyl area
Chernobyl Photos
Christmas Island Bomb Tests
Conelrad: Atomic Culture Past + Present
Cryptome: Eyeballing Series (Includes Nuclear Sites)
Cryptome: Eyeballing 63 US Nuclear Power Plants
DOE Nevada Photo Library (General)

DOE Nevada Photo Library (Atmospheric)
Dr. Strangelove stills: (Hackers of the World Unite)
Gallery of U.S. Nuclear Tests (Nuclear Weapons Archive)
Hiromi Tsuchida: Hiroshima Archive
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Hiroshima Panorama Project
Japan Peace Museum: Photo Gallery
Lawrence Berkley Nat'l Lab: Online Photo Archive
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Naval Historical Center: Artists' Renderings of Bikini Tests
THE NEVADA TEST SITE GUIDE:CD-ROM
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Nuclear Wallpaper Image Collection (hi-res)
Nuclear Weapons Archive (formerly High Energy Weapons Archive)
Nuclear Weapons Test Films (DOE Nevada)
Nukephoto.com: photos of US nuclear Weapons Systems
Rapatronic Photographs (cf: Harold Edgerton)
Tinian: 40th Bomb Group Association Archives (stills; videos)
The Traveler's Guide to Nuclear Weapons: Photo Gallery
Trinity Atomic Website
Trinity Atomic Test Videos, Photos + Maps
Trinity Site Plan, delineated by Corpl. M. Lightbown (USGS)
Weapons Effects Films
Alsos Digital Library for Nuclear Issues (Washington + Lee University)
A Secret Landscape: Cold War Infrastructure of the Nation's Capital...
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Bellona Foundation - Nuclear News
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
Center For Defense Information : Nuclear Issues
Cold War International History Project
Conelrad: Atomic Culture Past + Present
Cryptome
Disarmament Documentation (Acronyme Inst.)
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
NUCLEAR INDUSTRY CALENDAR
The Nuclear Industry - Special report from The Guardian (UK)
Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI)
Nuclear Waste.com
Nuclear Watch Index Archive (Global Beat)
One Nuclear Place
Russian Roulette: A report on the safety + security of Russia's nuclear arsenal (PBS) 1999
Secrecy News (FAS): Project on Government Secrecy
The Sunflower (Waging Peace/Nuclear Peace Foundation)
Top Five Nuclear Secrets (2001)
VCE: Atomic Central
WISE/NIRS Nuclear Monitor
Yucca Mountain News (Eureka Cty., Nuclear Waste Page)
International Atomic Energy Agency
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Alsos Digital Library for Nuclear Issues
Madrid 2nd Experimental Media Arts Festival 2003
MAD'03NET Sponsorship
Harvard Project on Cold War Studies: Newly Declassified Documents
Bombhead
The Sickness of Reason
Alsos Digital Library for Nuclear Issues
"The Bomb Project [...] open database on nuclear information exemplifies the manner in which new technologies can simultaneously decentralize and organize information."

- Rachel Greene, Internet Art, Thames & Hudson, Ltd. (Spring 2004, World of Art series)
Weapon Effects Video Clips as featured on the Trinity Atomic Website
Frame House
Quicktime Movie (960 kb)
Clip from a Civil Defence Effects Test at the Nevada Test Site
Drones
Quicktime Movie (960 kb)
Several clips from Military Effects Tests on airplanes.
Fake Forest
Quicktime Movie (960 kb)
A stand of trees is transplanted to the Nevada Test Site for this test.
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THE NEVADA TEST SITE GUIDE:
A Guide to America's Nuclear Proving Ground
Center For Land Use Interpretation (2004)
Culver City, CA
CD-ROM available at the
CLUI online store.

Part of the exhibition
Building the Unthinkable,
curated by Christian Staynor at
apex art, NYC

This is the only comprehensive guide to the nation's foremost weapons testing facility.

More info
screen shots from the guide:
[1] [2] [3]
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ATOMIC TESTING MUSEUM
Las Vegas, Nevada


In Association with the
Smithsonian Institution

Times Las Vegas (2/21/05):
Atomic Testing Museum
Opens In Las Vegas



NYTimes Review (2/23/05):
A Place To Consider Apocalypse
By Edward Rothstein
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