A multimedia exhibition by filmmaker and photographer Jesse Andreawartha.
Said to be the most common naturally occurring radioactive element on Earth, uranium is a symbol of the nuclear age baptized in fission. It brought energy and nuclear fire, changing the geopolitical landscape forever.
Join us at Cineworks on May 7 at 7pm, at our black box studio, for the inauguration of Jesse Andreawartha’s solo multimedia exhibition, Transmutations: Visualizing Matter. Captured over the course of three years using exclusively analog silver halide film, Transmutations explores the history, legacy, and radioactivity of uranium mining during the twentieth century in Canada and the US, from sub-Arctic regions in Canada to a quarter mile inside the historic uranium mines of southern Utah.
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