Tear x scape / Terrorscape 1
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Editions of 50, signed and dated on print.
Printed on Epson photo paper, 260 gsm, 10 mil thickness. Prints will be protected and shipped in a tube mailer or sturdy envelope.
6x6" photo printed on 8x10" photo paper
9x9" photo printed on 11x14" photo paper
15x15" photo printed on 17x22" photo paper
Tear gas was first used in World War I in chemical warfare. In 1925, the Geneva Convention categorized tear gas as a chemical warfare agent and banned its use during wartime. But its use by police in the U.S. is still legal.
“Flush Vietnamese Out 1966”, U.S. soldiers use tear gas to “flush” women and children from hiding during the War.