Mazar, Texas

David Cotterrell
Lenticular print in black stained 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 of Afghanistan and Texas. Two contested landscapes - Big Bend in Texas, a regularly surveilled illegal immigration point, and Mazar-i-Sharif in Afghanistan, a regularly surveilled Taliban hotspot - are separated by geography and culture, but share an identical creation myth: "When God finished making the world, he threw all the rubbish here".
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