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Of Innocence and Of Experience depicts the modern-day soldier and the child they once were, exploring the impact of the global war on terror on individuals who have served in the military since the US's involvement in Middle East post 9/11. Personal photographs sourced from each service member are juxtaposed with images from their childhood, creating a poignant contrast interrupted by 9mm bullet holes that have physically damaged the images. This destructive act serves as a metaphor for the devastating impact of war on both the body and mind, leaving the viewer to consider the lasting effects on those who have experienced it firsthand from adolescence to adulthood.

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