Mazar, Texas

David Cotterrell
Lenticular print in black wooden frame
A lenticular print (a print covered in a sheet of lenses showing different images from different angles) comprised of a series of panoramic views, gathered over five years in Afghanistan and Texas. Two contested landscapes, Big Bend in the USA, a regularly surveilled illegal immigration point, and Mazar-i-Sharif in Afghanistan, a regularly surveilled Taliban hotspot, are separated by geography and culture, but linked through aesthetics and myth.