The TOK exhibition is focused on one of the 35 prompts and three “objects” chosen by the students. Review the prompt and object guidelines requirement and see how you could use the following for one section of an exhibition.
Article : “Masked artist makes sticky issue out of radiation in Japan”
“Known as 281 Antinuke, Japan’s answer to Banksy has covered Tokyo streets in images depicting politicians as vampires and children being shielded from radioactive rain to highlight the consequences of a meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear plant after an earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011.” https://www.reuters.com/article/us-art-japan-nuclear/masked-artist-makes-sticky-issue-out-of-radiation-in-japan-idUSBRE9AS00C20131129
Prompt # 1. What counts as knowledge?
To what extent does graffiti / protest art count as knowledge?
To what extent does a simplistic sticker count as knowledge?
Prompt #2. Are some types of knowledge more useful than others?
To what extent is protest art more useful than other forms of art?
To what extent is publicly-displayed art more useful than other forms of art?
Prompt #3. What features of knowledge have an impact on its reliability?
How does the legality of piece of art impact its reliability?