MUST SEE: INSIDE TERRORISM X-RAY PROJECT -
The X-rays and CT scans in this exhibit are new ways to make figurative images and portraits. They represent life in the modern cross-section of these artistic traditions – both the desire to observe and describe reality with the most modern techniques available, and the need to think and talk about it.
All of these images are the by-products of terrorism, which is a war on a civilian population. Terrorists pack their bombs with common objects – hex nuts, bolts, nails, watches – all meant for peaceful, utilitarian purposes. By blasting them into human beings, they create the madness of our times.
Click on the picture, view the exhibit, share it with your friends and, by all means, if you can help find appropriate places for its installation. It should be seen by as many people as possible.
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