Saturday 17 September to Saturday 12 November 2016
Exposing the legacies of the atomic age through creative arts.
Involving more than 50 creative artists – photographers, filmmakers, digital artists, painters, sculptors and writers – this showcase presents the stories of atomic survivors, those Indigenous communities, service personnel and civilian workers who have been directly affected by atomic testing. It presents discoveries about the nuclear age, and fits within a long tradition of artists and communities responding to ‘the bomb’.
A centrepiece is ‘Ngurini’ (Searching), an immersive digital projection made with members of the Yalata Anangu community. Another is ’10 Minutes to Midnight’ also for immersive screening in our large cylindrical arena, and developed with nuclear veterans and the Balaklava community.
These digital art works are accompanied by exhibitions of photography and sculpture, feature seminars, film screenings, and storyteller sessions by Australian and international artists.
WHERE: Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute
Kaurna Country, 253 Grenfell Street, Adelaide
Open Monday to Saturday, 9.30am to 4.30pm
Closed Sunday and Public Holidays
Proudly bought to you by Alphaville and Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, this project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.
To maintain the momentum in exposing the legacies of the atomic age through creative arts, Alphaville have set up an important Kickstarter campaign.
Your donations will help fund installation costs and the public education program for the Nuclear showcase around Australia
You can lend your support by:
** Joining our crowdfunding campaign, at
** Emailing Alphaville’s producer Paul Brown to arrange a tax deductible donation, at firstname.lastname@example.org