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The stunning Pool loss of colour 3D optical illusion is a carpet, by artist Jeroen Bisscheroux, across the ground in a shopping arena in Osaka, Japan.

The 3D image on the carpet by Amsterdam-based artist Jeroen Bisscheroux, unites the Tsunami in Sendai , in Japan (2011) and the disaster in Fukishima in one image.



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The carpet transforms the two disasters to a human scale and is, therefore, not something happening somewhere far from here. It is a translation of the threat of an even greater tragedy that is emerging. Not only here, but worldwide.

POOL, loss of colour aims to create more awareness, emphasizes the importance of the current events in Fukushima.
Both in Japan, but especially in Western Europe, where the events in Fukushima have faded far away.

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source Jeroen Bisscheroux