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26:86 Collective: Utopia homes of chernobyl

26:86 Collective: Utopia homes of chernobyl
Library Shelf Location ZINE-1
Publication Date 2016
Description

NOTE: THIS ZINE IS HELD IN BALTIC ARCHIVE NOT THE LIBRARY. Please email archive@balticmill.com or see staff to view this book. 

Utopia by Lucy Baker

A landscape printed paper booklet covered with a plastic front and back cover, the front has the faded image of a red chair on it and the inside contains interior photographs.

"We are artists and designers with a common creative goal. We travelled to Chernobyl and Pripyat in the Ukraine to investigate the issues at the site on the 30th anniversary of the world’s biggest and most devastating nuclear disaster. This trip inspired a multi-disciplined body of work which will be exhibited with the intention of raising awareness of relevant, weighty and significant issues regarding nuclear energy within our communities today."

Taken from 26:86 website (20 July 2016)

A series of 8 zines documenting a research trip to Chernobyl 30 years after the nuclear disaster.

Collection includes:

Chernobyl Walls by Claire A Baker
Ukrainian Smile by Alyson Agar
Vehicles in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone by Niall Kitching
Чернобыль  by Gavin Vaughan
Stolen Goods by Nicola Golightly
Grid by Laura Baker
Snapshots of Chernobyl by Arron Gardiner
Utopia by Lucy Baker

Quantity 1
Pages 6
Format Zine
Publishers 26:86 Collective, Self-published
Related Artists 26:86 Collective, Lucy Baker
Category Zine Collection (by appointment)
Keywords Chernobyl, Homes, Interiors, Interior decoration, Furniture

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