Rebecca Goodale: Imagining a No-Go Zone with Blue Horses and a Red Forest
This work marked the thirty year anniversary of the disaster at Chernobyl. Imagine what the world could have been.
A construct-it-yourself diorama reminds us of the perils of nuclear plant accidents. This fold-out paper village includes humans in gas masks, blue horses, an apple tree, an abandoned yellow Ferris wheel, buildings, a fence, a beaver, and many other creatures. This work marked the thirty year anniversary of the disaster at Chernobyl, a 25th anniversary of an accident at Maine Yankee power plant, and a five year anniversary of the accident at Fukushima.
This exhibition is on view at Intersection at 93 Main Street in Waterville. Take a trip down Main Street and stop by The Center windows to view this stimulating work at any time between March 4 and October 1.
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