The Prestige of Terror, People in Trouble Laughing Pushed to the Ground, Afterlife, and War Primer Presenting four projects that use diverse strategies to interrogate various historical documents. The Prestige of Terror, their ongoing exhumation of the Egyptian Surrealist movement, People in Trouble Laughing Pushed to the Ground an unpicking of a photographic that began in 1983 to record The Troubles in West Belfast, Afterlife a dissection and reconfiguration of 24 photographs by Jahangir Razmi, documenting the execution of 11 Kurds in post-revolutionary Iran. The final project in discussion is a collaborative addition to Bertolt Brecht’s book of ‘photo- epigrams’ War Primer, updating the book with contemporary images concerned with the conflicts that have proliferated since 9/11.

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