Atomic Ed signing in London

This Saturday 18th of May you can join me at The Photographers Gallery in London for the presentation of Atomic Ed. We will be having a brunch event in the Bookshop from 12 to 2pm and there will be time for discussing the work. In the evening I will be signing copies at Off Print […]

Review in 1000 Words Magazine

Alice Zoo evaluates Janire Nájera’s book Atomic Ed – the remarkable story of Ed Grothus, from his time at Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, where he helped to develop and refine the atomic bomb, to becoming a lifelong agitator against its uses, consequences, and the brutal decisions made by those in power. Read full review here. […]

Book signing at Photoeye, NM

On Saturday 11th May from 4 to 6pm I will be presenting Atomic Ed at Photoeye, in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I will be signing copies and informally discussing the work. Comprising a rich mix of visual material: archival and personal photographs, government documents, objects from The Black Hole’s final liquidation sale, the book presents Grothus’ […]

Immersive performances in the CULTVR dome

As part of this year’s festival we presented our most recent immersive shows at the CULTVR Dome. Video trailer here. Commissioned by Ffotogallery to premiere at Diffusion 2019, Juniper explores how sound and moving image merge within live performance. This unique show sees Slowly Rolling Camera perform their critically acclaimed third album Juniper in its entirety, accompanied by a visual […]

Atomic Ed at Diffusion Festival

I presented my most recent project Atomic Ed as part of ‘A Woman’s Work’ at Diffusion Festival 2019. The symposium took place at the CULTVR Dome at the Wales Millennium Centre where I shared a panel with Diffusion artist Alina Kisina and Cherie Federico from Aesthetica. Diffusion is a month long festival of exhibitions, discussions, screenings, performances, […]

Kickstarter launched to publish Atomic Ed

Discover the journey of Ed Grothus, from working in Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico to becoming an outspoken antinuclear activist. Archival documents, past and recent photographs and a selection of letters from over 50 years of correspondence between Ed Grothus and politicians, scientists, the media and his family take us back and forth through […]

3D Tour of recent exhibition in NM

Now you can experience in VR the latest showcase of ‘Moving forward, looking back’, displayed at the National Hispanic Cultural Center.

Book Review & Where to get it

Book review by Riikka Kuittinen for Photomonitor and information about where to purchase the book.

Showcase in Madrid until 16/01/16

Moving forward, looking back will be open at Galería Serendipia in Madrid until the 16th January 2016.

Exhibition travels to Bilbao

The exhibition Moving forward, looking back has travelled to Bilbao where it will be displayed at ZAWP Bilbao during November 2015.