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Japan’s most “radical” Graffiti artist, 281_Anti nuke’s documentary film.
Documentary / Japan / 2015 / 21 minutes / HD Video / Colour
- English / French
- Yumiko Hayakawa
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281_Anti nuke began creating street art on 11th March 2011, the day of the Great East Japan Earthquake and subsequent Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster. He puts stickers of his provocative artworks throughout Shibuya ward, Tokyo, criticising Japanese/U.S. governments, TEPCO and people’s apathy to social issues.
His street art radiates strong messages to passersby who don’t even think of “radioactive contamination” in their daily lives. However, Graffiti is “illegal” in Japan like many other countries. Why does he take such a risk to deliver his message to society? The masked Graffiti artist talked about himself to camera.
Policy statement's video
Cabinet Public Relations Office
French subtitles/image montage
Chim ↑ Pom
LEVEL 7 feat. "Myth of Tomorrow"
2011 © Chim ↑ Pom
Courtesy of the artist and MUJIN-TO Production, Tokyo
- Fukuoka Asian Film Festival (2015)
- Mitaka Peace Film Festival (2015)