I did this work recently at the D-Day landing sites. It is a reflection on the telescoping between the ideals of an America which, with its allies, sacrificed a generation to fight against Nazi-fascism, and the isolationist and arrogant ideology of an “America first “of the current American administration. I wanted to highlight this glaring contrast by letting the official statements of President Trump, written on the White House website or extracted from his twitter account, appear on the images. The act of inscribing these words on the images of the places where thousands of young dead rest, illustrates the...
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