‘skin’ ‘skin’ – gallery entrance. Wall stamping and handwritten information on the atomic bombs Fatman and Little Boy. ‘skin’ – gallery view. “Oahu” – scale model skinned in military uniforms. Attack sties marked with empty oyster shells. “Oahu”. Detail, attack site markers of empty oyster shells on scale model of the island. Skinned in military uniforms. “Pearl Harbor” battle banner stamped with images of plane schematics, tiger heads, cranes and falling chrysanthemums, suspended on a sharpened bamboo pole. “Fat Man” battle banner. Emblem for Fatman atomic bomb stamped on acrylic fabric, suspended on a sharpened bamboo pole. “Zen Garden”. Combed mud with boulders skinned in white velvet. View of “Battle Banners” and “Zen Garden” with “Red Room” in the distance. “Water Offering”. Plaster pedestal skinned in monkey fur, singed, with punch bowl. “Detail, “Water Offering”. “Water Offering” – detail of punch bowl. “Honshu and Kyushu” islands. Atomic attack site markers in red wax chrysanthemum cutouts on military uniform linings. “Honshu” and “Kyushu” islands leading to the “Red Room”. Entrance view of “Red Room”, containing “Book of Pearls”, “Scroll for Hiroshima” and “Scroll for Nagasaki” along with supplies for marking and leaving stories. “Book of Pearls”. White velvet with seed pearl ornamentation. Holds paper, soaked in salt water, with Pearl Harbor casualty list, transcribed by exhibition visitors. “Signature / Tabulation” book containing exhibition visitors names, date they contributed and the amount of names transcribed for “Book of Pearls” and / or flowers stamped on ‘Honshu’ and ‘Kyushu’ Tabulation Scrolls. Pearl Harbor casualty list (right). Transcription page, (left), soaked in salt water, handwritten by exhibition visitors for inclusion in “Book of Pearls”. “Scroll for Honshu”. Detail, casualty listing via chrysanthemum stamping on white cotton bed sheet. “Wind Chime”. Cooper cutouts of selected images from the installation, including Fatman (emblem and schematic), crane, oyster shell and airplane schematic. “Temple Bells”. Tree logs skinned in sheep skin, suspended. Human scale. Green lighting refers to ‘Pearls of Trinity’. “Temple Bells” – detail of wooden log skinned in sheep skin.