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Two artists explore the consequences of war with their work. In Armenia, they portray people who have suffered severe loss due to conflict. The artists also dig up abandoned houses and collect huge pieces of metal with bullet holes.
Edik witnessed the Iran-Iraq war as a child. He is a visual artist and collects pieces of metal marked by war to show the devastation that lurks behind peace: A section of fence that looks like it’s been through a meat grinder, after a bombing. An old teapot that has not been used for many years. A child's chamber pot that still stands in a long-abandoned bedroom.
Areg is a photographer and was a soldier on the front lines of the war in 2016. He photographs people from the conflict area of Nagorno Karabakh - the border area between Armenia and Azerbaijan. Everyone here is affected by the war. One person has lost a leg, another has lost a family. Yet another person lost his home. Areg‘s photographs show how your life can be changed in an instant, when you live in times of war.
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