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'Lament for Fukushima' addresses the socio-political and environmental issue of nuclear power. Here the baby Buddha who represents Japan sits not under a tree but a mushroom cloud. His eyes bleed for the disaster that has befallen Fukushima and the Japanese people. Read the article "Old is New" about "Fukushima" by Geoff Wichert in 15 Bytes



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The series "Babes in Arms" reflects my concern for the values we are passing on to the children of the world. My babies are sweet and precious as all babies are, but they carry with them lethal weapons that may well be their future. They need the protection of gas masks and hard hats for their survival in the toxic world of war they face.

Babies adorned with weapons and gas masks juxtaposed with religious symbols are intended to be provocative. Some of the weapons the babies are burdened with are ridiculously oversized, reflecting the world's increasing arsenal of weapons. The rationale for the esclation in weaponry is that they keep us safe, a deadly paradox.


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