■Dr. Rabbit’s lecture on radioactivityBasic knowledge of radioactivity, which is often difficult to understand, is explained with familiar illustrations and interactive tools. The target is high school students or older.
This was created through the collaborative work of the faculty staff and students.
■Interactive map: Survey of radioactive substances in foodsIt is an information map combining survey results of radioactive substances in foods in Japan released independently by the Ministry of Health,Labour and Welfare and Tokyo Electric Power Company.
Standard levels of cesium in various institutions of different countries including Japan, presented in the period from the Chernobyl accident until now, can be compared.
Official Site: http://foodradiation.org/map/index_e.html/
■Some Questions about NuclearYasushi Noguchi who is an instuctor as well as artist has created the project composed of two parts. One is the interview footages which has been taken by the author since 2012. The other is the inspection map of radioactive substances in food in Japan, which is an interactive map created by integrating the data released from the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare and TEPCO.
Exhibitions of the survey map of radioactive substances in food and Dr. Rabbit’s lecture on radioactivity, illustration and diagrams of their production processes, interview videos taken in India, Vietnam, and Japan, and other works related to the nuclear power problems and radioactivity problems will all be released.
Venue: 1st Floor Gallery, 3rd Building, Nakano Campus, Tokyo Polytechnic University
Time & Date: March 6 (Fri) - 21 (Sat), 2015 / 12:00~19:00 (12:00 - 17:00 on the last day)
* The gallery is closed on holiday and Sunday