Perpetual Uncertainty, Ele Carpenter, curator
Malmo (2018) perpetual-uncertainty-malmo-konstmuseum
Perpetual Uncertainty: Art in the Nuclear Anthropocene: Z33 (2017)
Bildmuseet (2016 – 2017) nuclear.artscatalyst.org
Power in the Land (2016)
Material Nuclear Culture (2016) at KARST, Plymouth.
Camera Atomica (Canada) (2015)
Cumbrian Alchemy, exhibition by Robert Williams and Bryan McGovern Wilson. Rheghed Centre, Penrith (2014). Cumbrian Alchemy: Certum Quia Impossibile Est. (Beacon Arts Centre, Whitehaven (2015). included in Perpetual Uncertainty exhibitions.
Nuclear Art and Archives: Dundee Contemporary Arts (2017)
Through Post-Atomic Eyes, OCAD University and University of Toronto (2015).
BxNU Symposium: A Perfect and Absolute Blank (2015) at BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead.
a selection of documents and organisations, most are mentioned in the Journal. Search government departments or ‘What Do They Know‘ / Depleted Uranium for documents released following Freedom of Information requests.
Early Day Motion on DU use in military action, House of Commons (2016). www.parliament.uk/edm/2016-17/377
MOD Policy Paper: UK Depleted Uranium (DU) Munitions Policy and Development_8 July 2013 www.gov.uk/government/publications/depleted-uranium-du-munitions
Depleted Uranium Environmental Surveys of Kirkcudbright Training Area, 2005-2011 www.gov.uk/government/publications/depleted-uranium-environmental-surveys-of-kirkcudbright-training-area
Depleted Uranium Environmental Surveys of Kirkcudbright Training Area, 2000-2004
British Geological Survey (2008?) DU, its mobility in the environment and impacts on health. Summary: www.bgs.ac.uk/research/impact/depletedUraniumContamination.html
Minutes of the Depleted Uranium Oversight Board, 2001 – 2006. www.duob.org
Final Report of the Depleted Uranium Oversight Board Submitted to the Under-Secretary of State for Defence, February 2007. www.duob.org/minutes/finalreport.pdf
Comparison of Kirkcudbright and Eskmeals Environmental Monitoring Data with Generalised Derived Limits for Uranium. DRPS report 167/2002 June 2002. Mentioned in DUFERC meetings, but document in not publicly available online. See ‘What Do They Know’.
Royal Society, Policy Publications, The Health Hazards of DU, Part 1 (2001) and Part 2 (2002)
QinetiQ www.qinetiq.com (department of MOD privatised during and involved in the Kirkudbright and Eskmeals firings)
Henry Royce Institute, Manchester University www.royce.ac.uk/research-areas/nuclear-materials
The following are included because their online presentation and corporate videos are of interest.
Nuclear Industry Association www.niauk.org
Nuclear AMRC namrc.co.uk