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dc.contributor.authorCrea, T.-
dc.contributor.authorDement, L.-
dc.contributor.authorBoylan, J.-
dc.contributor.authorMollison, N.-
dc.contributor.authorHarrald, L.-
dc.contributor.authorMarwick, D.-
dc.contributor.authorKawano, Y.-
dc.contributor.authorBrown, P.-
dc.contributor.authorBarkley, E.-
dc.coverage.spatialThe Block, QUT Creative Arts Precinct, Kelvin Grove, Queensland, 4059.-
dc.descriptionTeresa Crea: Director, dramaturgy Linda Dement: Digital Artwork, Concept Development Jessie Boylan: Photography, Video Editing, Concept Development Nic Mollison: Set Design, Lighting Design, Concept Development Luke Harrald: Composition, Sound Design, Concept Development Yukiyo Kawano: Sculpture Danielle Marwick: Photography, Video John Romerill: Research, Text Development Russell Bryant: Interviews, community liaison Kristy Richards: Concept Development Sharon Bryant: Actor Irene Peters: Cultural Advisor, guide Keith Peters: Cultural Advisor Steve Harrison: Community Liaison, Carving Warren Paul: Pen and Ink Drawings, Creative Advisor Avon Hudson: Research, Community Liaison Mariko (Rico) Ishii: Cultural exchange liaison, Concept Development Paul Brown: Creative Producer, concept development, research, curation Ellise Barkley: Production Manager, curation, research, concept development Rowan Lee: Technician John Turpie: Carving, technical advice Craig Clifford: Set construction and development Amanda Brown: Seamstress Rachael Parsons: Curation Contains text in English and Pitjantjatjara.-
dc.description.abstract10 Minutes to Midnight is the culmination of community-based arts projects with atomic survivor communities including: Pitantjatjara Anangu in Yalata and Oak Valley, communities who were relocated from traditional Maralinga Tjarutja lands prior to the tests; and nuclear veteran and descendant networks in Australia and Britain. The creative works fit within a long tradition of artists and communities responding to 'the bomb'. Featured are original projection installations, digital artwork, contemporary photo media, sound design, sculpture, film and rare archival material. As well as exploring the horrors of the atomic age, the exhibition embodies humanitarian messages of hope, celebrating the resilient communities and individuals who continue to pursue recognition and justice, and courageously share their stories for the benefit of future generations. The timing of the exhibition coincides with the 70-year anniversary of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings - the beginning of the atomic age.-
dc.description.statementofresponsibilityCrea, Dement, Boylan, Mollison, Harrald, Kawano, Marwick, Brown, Barkley, Parsons-
dc.language.isoen, aus-
dc.publisherAlphaville (Nuclear Futures) & QUT Precincts-
dc.rightsc. Alphaville, 2015-
dc.title10 Minutes to Midnight: Survival in the atomic age-
dc.publisher.placeBrisbane, Australia.-
dc.identifier.orcidHarrald, L. [0000-0003-4217-8002]-
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