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Invisible Color, the Arts of the Atomic Age

Author
Gabrielle Decamous
Publisher / Label
Mit Press
Country
USA
Language
English
Publication year
2019
Type of publication
Book
Number of pages
480
ISBN
9780262038546

Index

Contents

Series Foreword vii
Preface  ix

Introduction  1

I . An overview of the arts of the atomic age from Marie Curie 
   to Fukushima. 

1. From Marie Curie to Hiroshima 9
2. From Hiroshima to Fukushima 45

II. Hiroshima and the colorless paintings

3. A-bomb literature's dark radiance and modernism  83
4. Censorship in A-bomb literature and photography - 
   or the story of Oiwa  113
5. The mainly dramatic art of representing the military men 
  and scientists  133

III. Tonight no poetry will serve : Godzilla and other cold war 
   monstrosities  133

6. Under the ashes of the conch shells, the Bikini and 
   Moruroa Atolls  159
7. Mining glories and fueling Western modernity : about the Martian colonizations 203

IV Fukushima and Other Clouds of Suspicion

8 From Power Control to Power Plant 253
9 Censorship and the Nuclear Industry's Summertime Blues 297
Toward a Conclusion: More Artistic Hotspots 335

Notes 363

Selected Bibliography 423

Index 441