French photographers Carlos Ayesta and GuillaumeBression
traveled to Fukushima prefecture to capture the contaminated locations and objects, making images with the local residents themselves.
In many ways the danger of Fukushima and the resulting radiation contamination is imperceptible, forcing a society struggling to exist in the wake of massive destruction to build personal boundaries based on their own judgment of risk. In this landscape there is no clear border and everything is a gray area.
SEE ALSO HAUNTING GRAFFITI IN THE HEART OF ABANDONED CHERNOBYL
Nella clip del 1° giorno l'Emilia compare subito!
WSC2013 - Darwin/Adelaide