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What is the feeling imprinted in our memory when we see the image of a war? The harshness of the experiences lived by some cannot be expressed in a staged image. One sees photos of the war, and they convey fear, suffering, in a way that is irreplicable.

So I replicate an imaginary. Almost like cinematic images, the atmosphere of the photos conveys something of the complex situation of a war.

The bravery of young boys. The camaraderie despite the harshest conditions. The heroism. The endless waiting, the uncertainty.

We can glimpse something of what the Falklands were like; we can empathize with those who went through that moment, making what we were told or learned in school more real.

A strategic moment, a deafening noise, the exposure to the elements. The record of a moment in our history.

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