- How did Shikoku and other artists make their art and poetry visible and meaningful, despite their exclusion from the art and literary establishments?
- How did these books, pictures, and poems challenge viewers to envision their hometown in different ways from the atomic desert imagined from afar?
- How did Shikoku and other local activist artists advocate for social justice and oppose the nuclear arms race in the face of unresolved debates about Japan’s militarist and imperialist past?
Contents of Exhibit:
- Atom Bomb Poetry Collection
- The Angry Jizo
- Hiroshima Sketches