Archive for ‘Interview’

RADIOACTIVISTS touring Germany

Posted: 5th April 2012 by Du Fuchs in Interview, Photography

In the last couple of months we have been touring Germany with our film RADIOACTIVISTS. We had a great time and met a lot of interesting people by showing the film in Bremen, Mannheim, Darmstadt, Freiburg, Erlenbach, Hannover, Leipzig and Berlin – in squatted places, communities’ cinemas, in a cineplex and even in an old, […]

We received a mail from Yoshihiko Ikegami today, who was one of our protagonists in our film. Yoshihiko Ikegami resigned from being editor-in-chief of the famous philosophical magazine ‘Gendai Shiso’ (Modern Thought) in 2010. The philosopher and writer Ikegami became active in the anti-nuclear movement in 2011, contributing to the public discourse by criticizing the […]

The aftermath of 3.11 (2)

Posted: 21st January 2012 by Du Fuchs in Interview

Last week we started the series ‘The aftermath of 3.11’ on our blog, which we want to continue today with a letter we received from Junko Harada, a Japanese artist, owner of the gallery Roji to Hito (Streets & People), and of course an anti-nuclear activist. We asked her how she perceived last year’s events, and […]

The aftermath of 3.11

Posted: 16th January 2012 by Du Fuchs in Interview

At the end of 2011, we contacted all of our protagonists of RADIOACTIVISTS again, and asked them about their thoughts about the 3.11 incident in 2011, as well as their thoughts on possible developments in 2012. We want to publish their replies on our blog, and today we will start with the interview of YASUO […]

“This movement aims to stop nuclear power plants, but also problematizes Japanese society and Japanese capitalism. In the past, in terms of problematizing capitalism, we tended to think that someone would change it for us. But now, we think that we must change rather our way of living. So far we have used power freely, […]