The Post-National Museum of Parakeet History was established by immigrant monk parakeets in 2017.
The institution aims to discover ways to fly together beyond all nations, cultures and species.
We focus on the spiritual part to redefine, share and hand down alternative narratives for the controversial history.
Join us. We are ready to fly with you.
A TRIP TO THE MOON
Study with the Moon
In 2019 February, Post-National Museum of Parakeet History had a chance to present in Mexico City. We prepared a video-animation painting, four sculptures, and 13 black-and-white drawings. The works focus on different moments in Enola Gay’s career, all pivoting around August 6, 1945; the atomic bomb’s development in Los Alamos, New Mexico; in the air above Hiroshima on August 6, 1945; and consigned to outdoor storage at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland, where she gradually became dilapidated after World War II.
The Moon in the Forgotten Land
This installation comprises four scale models of Andrews Air Force Base, where the abandoned Enola Gay has been for seven years until 1960, and a video projection comparing the moon to Enola’s life story of the atomic bomb mission to its symbolic role after WWII.