The Atomic Artists
Clip: Season 2011 Episode 12 | 12m 3s
How Chim Pom, a provocative group of young artists, is challenging the status quo in Japan after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Its work, ranging from video pieces to rogue installations in public places, comes at a generation-defining moment as many question Japan's dependence on nuclear power.
Aired: 07/26/11 |
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