Examining VR in a paradise of nature.Read more "TH-232 at Azores Islands"
cultural programme for the 21st UN Climate SummitRead more "ZNE!/ETF! listed at ARTCOP21"
Upcoming Exhibition in Lima, Peru: 29/10/2014 – 19/01/2015Read more "Avatar with ETF! in Lima at COP20, the UN Climate Change Conference 2014"
Lecture at the Biblioteca Santiago Severin, Valparaiso, Chile.Read more "Lecture in Valparaiso, Chile"
Zeche Zollverein 19.07.2014 – 04.09.2014Read more "Avatar with ZNE! at Zeche Zollverein"
We are presenting the map of all 656 commercial nuclear power plants: operational, dormant or deconstructed – precisely mapped on the World map with educational clarity.Read more "atomsphere.org at Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin"
We are more than happy to announce that the German UNESCO Commission has chosen EXAMPLES TO FOLLOW! as an UN Decade Project.Read more "UNESCO chooses ZNE! as UN Decade Project"
We were invited by ESO to take a look at the Paranal Observatory to study the oldest memories of the universe carved into radiationRead more "Fossil Radiation: Paranal Observatory in Chile"
In the Episode “NUCLEAR ZEN I – KEIBO OIWA” we will introduce Keibo Oiwa’s meditation on 3/11 and the events following the disaster of Fukushima Daiichi.Read more "1001 SUNS at 11 Bienal de Artes Mediales in Santiago de Chile"
Lunes 30 de septiembre 19.oo h. Sala Adolfo Couve, Facultad de Artes, Universidad de Chile, Las Encinas 3370, Ñuñoa.Read more "Lecture at Universidad de Chile"
The Japanese zen monk Seigaku visits the Berlin Wall, just before flying to Tokyo to publish his third book about the benefit of zen meditation in nuclear culture.Read more "Zen monk Seigaku visits the Berlin Wall"
The exhibition took place February 22 – April 4, 2013.Read more "ZNE hits 21.000 visitors in Sao Paulo"
Art and Science 18. Japanese-German SymposiumRead more "Art and Science: Lecture at Japanisches Kulturinstitut Köln"
The former exclusion zone Minamisoma, May 2012Read more "Exclusion zone 2012"
A German ZDF television feature about Japanese people that have moved to Germany after Fukushima. We supported the process.Read more "zdf_neo"