On April 13th, the Bell Gallery will host a panel discussion with the artists and curators behind the project “Don't Follow the Wind” — an ongoing exhibition started on March 11, 2015 inside the uninhabited, radioactive Fukushima exclusion zone caused by the nuclear catastrophe. The collaboration with 12 Japanese and international artists includes new commissions spread over three sites of homes and workplaces lent by former residents. As the zone is closed to the public the artworks remain inaccessible and largely invisible for years or decades to come. The panel participants will be at Brown for three days at an intensive "Camp" working on the future plans of their project.
Organized in conjunction with Art in General and made possible with the support of Triangle Arts Association.