Have a Nice Day

Source: https://www.artn.com/it-is-two-minutes-to-midnight/

Ellen Sandor

Have a Nice Day , ongoing
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Martyl & (art)n: Keith Miller, Pete Latrofa and Janine Fron
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The scenery referring to Martyl Langsdorf’s painting "Doomsday Clock Have a nice day" is contrasted with Martyl’s Doomsday Clock which she originally designed for the cover of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists magazine in 1947. The “Bulletin”, opened by the former Manhattan Project scientists, is a nonprofit organization which deals with global security threats deriving from the technological development. The organization keeps internationally known Doomsday Clock, a symbol of a possible human-induced catastrophe. The mountainscape alludes to the scenery of Los Alamos, the area where the first atomic bomb within the Manhattan project was produced.
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    • visual
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    • digital graphics
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    • Art and Science
      • history of science
      • humanities
      • research
      • science
    • Nature and Environment
      • catastrophes
    • Power and Politics
      • warfare
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40”x30” Virtual Photograph/PHSCologram: Duratrans, Kodalith, Plexiglas
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