How little I knew then that in post-WWII Japan, in order for us to enjoy this normality, we were literally playing with “fire” of a much more sinister nature, by building so many nuclear power plants on our seismically active, volcanic land, Japan..
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An extract reads: “Fire has a compelling attraction. It is not only beautiful to look at, but also has the power to destroy. Outside, in the garden, cicadas were making a melancholic noise in the heat of the day, their last song at the end of summer. In the living room next door, Godzilla was blasting fire against Ultra-Man on the TV.
Kaori Homma | Art Portfolio | Artist in London
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