"“I had always wanted to make a record of the world around me, how we live. I think that making a record or a statement about the time that I am alive is the most significant thing I can do as an artist. This is when I started looking for ways to capture texture generated by geopolitics,” Secunda tells Newsweek Middle East."
Newsweek Middle East have published an in-depth article about Piers Secunda's bullet hole works, which document the impact left by bullets and shrapnel on archaeological monuments in Afghanistan and Iraq. Read the piece here.