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    POOL, loss of color is an art installation by Jeroen Bisscheroux.
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    giant building with this design is make us stronger and smarter. i think we should make that for education.
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POOL, loss of color is an art installation by Jeroen Bisscheroux that brings light to the devastating tsunami that affected the Sendai, Japan region which led to the meltdown of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, in one image. Recognizing the looming fears still surrounding the meltdown, Jeroen created this carpet-like installation in Osaka, Japan to bring the tragedies closer to human attention.

"It is a translation of the threat of an even greater tragedy that hangs over our heads. The problems surrounding the nuclear power plant in Fukushima are far from being resolved. POOL, loss of color must emphasize the focus and timeliness of events both in Japan, but especially in Western Europe, where the events in Fukushima have faded into the background."

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