Windows and Mirrors: Visualizing the Human Cost of War

Windows and Mirrors: Reflections on the War in Afghanistan is a traveling mural exhibit comprised of 45 large scale paintings by artists from all over the country that memorialize Afghan civillian casualties as well as images collected from Afghan high school students. The project, curated by 10YAC partner American Friends Service Committee, works to  make  the human costs of war  visible to our nation at war by presenting visual representations of a “nearly invisible reality.”

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