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This project was originally commissioned for the Cornish College of the Arts ART | ACTIVISM 2002 Visiting Artist Series. Special thanks to Adrian Van Egmond at Cornish College of the Arts for organizing this series and installation. Please click here for an installation view of this project.

Safe As Mother's Milk: The Hanford Project is dedicated in memory to Arlene Booth, a family friend who lived near Hanford Reservation during her childhood in the 1940s and 50s. Her father was one of the many workers at the facility. Arlene died of cancer in the early 1990s. She felt that her cancer was directly related to radiation exposure and other contaminant by-products resulting from growing up in such close proximity to the facility.

The Hanford Project was included in the ISEA 2004 Geopolitics of Media Conference in Tallinn, Estonia. The project was installed at Tallinn City Art Gallery during the conference.

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