James Kellogg made a film: VISIONS OF FUKUSHIMA v. 20.08.2015 View it on his Facebookpage. He writes: "Visions of Fukushima is my film collaboration with more than 50 artists worldwide sharing the poetry of Japanese poet Taro Aizu on the Fukushima disaster. It is currently an ongoing installation at the Haegeumgang Theme Museum in South-Korea. Hope you watch and reflect. It is unique in that is a living installation, growing with more of the works of the poet and artists over time in updated inst...allments and it will also be one of the first art films in the world to be made into a Virtual Reality 360 film. The clip here is not the complete film, which is still in progress. The final version will feature all sections of Taro's writings and all seasons, with many more art additions."
Photos of the "The Earth I Love" exhibition at Haegeumgang Theme Museum, South-Korea
Photos of #GAPi artworks at Cultureel Centrum Achterolmen, Maaseik, Belgium.
Photos of #GAPi artworks at Gunsan Yegip Art Museum, Gunsan City, South Korea.
Photos of #GAPi artworks at Suwon Art Center, Suwon City, South-Korea.
Photos of #GAPi artworks at Haegeumgang Theme Museum and Lee Art Museum, Geoje, South-Korea.
Photos of Minha Fukushima, Portugal
Photos of #GAPnl artworks by gogyoshi.
Photos #GAP at München, Germany.
Photos #GAPnl at ExpoMeer, Grou.
Photos #GAPnl at POST-, Kerkrade.
Photos #GAPnl at De Slang, Amsterdam.
Photos #GAPnl at WUR, Wageningen.
Photos #GAPnl at #Loods32, Lelystad.
Have a look at the video André Broens made of the #Loods32-opening.
Click here to watch a video by Fred van Welie (the 10 gogyoshi with my voice-over).