“We’re going to meet a lot of lonely people in the next week and the next month and the next year. And when they ask us what we’re doing, you can say, We’re remembering. That’s where we’ll win out in the long run. And someday we’ll remember so much that we’ll build the biggest goddamn steam-shovel in history and dig the biggest grave of all time and shove war in it and cover it up.”
Human history is filled with conflict. Some of that conflict takes place on a small level involving only a few people — sometimes the battle takes place within a single person’s mind. But other conflicts span regions and can stretch on for decades. Over the centuries, humans have described war as everything from a glorious struggle to a pointless, violent and inhuman activity. War is generally characterized by extreme violence, aggression, destruction, and mortality, using regular or irregular military forces.
Men and women died. Civilians and soldiers, adults and children, guilty and innocent die in Wars.They are shot, bombed, raped, starved, and driven from their homes. The lifeless human body is everywhere in an unordinary positions. The tragedies of war and suffering it inflicts upon individuals, particularly innocents civilians.
Survivors lost their homes and families. They just struggle to find a safe place or shelter as a home and basic needs. Simple things in life suddenly turn to big wishes.
It is unworthy of our Nation and it’s traditions.This is a fraud.But the wars continue in the world. Since the dawn of time, wars and battles have had a significant impact on the course of history. From the earliest battles in ancient Mesopotamia to today’s wars in the Middle East, conflicts have had the power to shape and change our world, change the people and human being. This series of artworks are related to protest against war, with focused on dead bodies vs a safe place to live. Each of them have made very fast in a few seconds such as the people die in war. These bodies are empty, no identity or gender.