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Bringing these images to the web was a collaborative process, the drawings were made by Sam Kerson with charcoal and white pastel on 18 x 24 paper, then Katah digitized the images, colored them and put them on the web. 

These images may be seen as a work in progress as they do suggest themselves as lino cuts or bande dessiné. They were made in the spring of 2005 in Rivière Trois-Pistoles, Québec.

 The series is intended as a memorial to the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, August 6 and 9, 1945.

 Though we read widely on the internet about the use of these Depleted Uranium weapons, during the drawing process our constant companion was the book, Metal of Dishonor*.

Weapons

of

Mass Destruction

purchases, exhibits, inquiries, contact: katah@dragondancetheatre.net
link to: Hommage to Babylon, a page which includes the various images, poems, and posters related to the war.
link to Afghanistan poster series created November 2001
* Metal of Dishonor: Selections compiled and edited by the Depleted Uranium Education Project
International Action Center
New York City
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