Fukushima Prefecture ©Delphine Parodi

Fukushima Prefecture ©Delphine Parodi

In 2012 Delphine Parodi and Yoko Tawada independently began a reflexive process in the aftermath of the March 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster,  whose impact is still greatly felt inside and outside Japan.
Following various visits to Fukushima, they decided to present together the fragments of their journey and experiences. Combining photography and poems, the exhibition emanates from the testimonies and stories of the inhabitants of Fukushima. Based on a series of intimate narratives, it carries the possibility of a common memory drawn from individual stories, but also reminds us of the duty of collective consciousness.

Hakuasou house
4-3, Yoshida, Nihonmatsu-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto

2016/04/24 ー 05/15 10:00-16:00

デルフィン・パロディ Delphine Parodi
Born in 1984, Marseille, France; based in Tokyo