How does one photograph war? Certainly not by repeating pictures of corpses, answers the author who decided to re-appropriate images and subject satellite views of burnt villages in Darfur –with at least 300,000 dead between 2003 and 2006– to another treatment, posing the question in a radical fashion.
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