Atomic Burger

American Monuments


Titan Missile. Burger joint and intercontinental nuclear missile, Georgia

Burger joint and intercontinental nuclear missile, Georgia

A mighty Titan missile next to the interstate  I-75 in Georgia.

The plaque reads:
The Rotary Club of Cordele initiated this project, a dream of its President, John S. Pate, Jr. The dream became reality when Confederate Air Force Pad No. I was christened July 17, 1969.

IHDAP Strangelove Collection

Launch of Titan A3
Vintage silver gelatin print. 8×10 inch, 1959
IHDAP Strangelove Collection

 


 

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The Strangelove Collection at Noorderlicht Photofestival 2017

Strangelove Collection

The Strangelove Collection focuses on original vintage photographs of nuclear research, the development of the atomic bomb and early rocketry in the U.S. 

Daniel Stier - Ways of knowing

Friends of the institute

Daniel Stier – Ways of Knowing

Institutional Recommendation

Daniel Stier – Ways of Knowing. A curious outsiders view into the world of science.

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Atomic Burger

American Monuments

Burger joint and intercontinental nuclear missile, Georgia

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Friends of the institute

Frederik Petersen – Wax Rubber Skin

Institutional Recommendation

Frederik Petersen interest is in naturalistic representations of reality such as wax figures and landscape tableaux in natural history museums and medical collections. He calls this project Wax Rubber Skin.

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Sacred photograms

Field Report

Sacred Photograms. Remains of a orthodox church in the basement of a Renaissance castle after a devastating fire.

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Alabama´s customs and beliefs

American Monuments

This Alabama backwater oddity creeped us out

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Strangelove – An Iconography of missiles

American Monuments

In an intriguing exhibition Simon Norfolk, P.W. Voigt and Gabriel Jones each in their own way isolate tanks, aircraft and rockets from their raison d’etre