Projecto de Design Editorial I

When we speak of atomic energy, we inevitably remember events such as the bombings in Japanese territory, or in a more recent past, explosions in nuclear power plants. The images associated with this theme span from atomic mushrooms to destructed territory, or even other phenomenons caused by the high levels of radiation.

‘in — visible’ suggests, with a compilation and reinterpretation of some of those images, varying from geographic representations to abstractions, a double approach to the “traces” left by the nuclear — the markings that remained registered and immortalised; although invisible, they reveal the radius of destruction that nuclear energy possesses.