With Limbo, Sabine Moritz offers a very personal vision of the representation of war. Focusing on recent events like the Iraq war, and their emblematic weapons such as the helicopter, she explores the technological and ideological subtleties “new wars” have brought. Indeed, a strong sense of uncertainty emerges from these works. The artist does not depict the confrontation, but transitional moments, where it becomes difficult to distinguish the good from the bad, the aggressor from the victim.
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