From internet and the media, we are constantly bombarded with scenes of conflict---conflict between politicians, combatants, races, religions, social and ethnic groups, between man and the forces of nature, and between men and women. Conflict seems to have become the norm in many societies, so much so that its easy to forget that alternatives to unrelenting conflict do exist.
It is difficult to portray conflict without resorting to judgments about what is right and wrong. But in fact, conflict is layered in ambiguity and differences in perspective. Through multiple layers of abstraction, transposition and juxtaposition, this series tries to depict the harsh and, at the same time, ambiguous emotional landscape of conflict.
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