WAR ON TERROR DOCUMENTS AS THE CANVAS

War On Terror Documents As The Canvas
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WAR ON TERROR DOCUMENTS AS THE CANVAS



Written by Jack Blocker
09 Friday 09th January 2015

In 2004, the ACLU obtained autopsy reports compiled by the US military at bases in Iraq and Afghanistan. It doesn't take an expert to imagine the morbid details contained within such documents, so it's logical that they would serve as the perfect canvas for striking images of dissection and death.

The artist Rajkamal Kahlon pursued this creative avenue as a way to highlight the larger impact of the War on Terror, by focusing on specific incidents. Each image is a reaction to the written details of its page it's drafted on. The project, titled Did You Kiss The Dead Body?, is taken from the final line of the Harold Pinter poem, Death.

Check out more on her website.

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