The Offing (2017-2018)

There is a distance between ethics and aesthetics of images, between what the pictures represent for us and what they actually illustrate, between us and the device from which we see them. By placing a photographic sheet on the screen which shows the pictures, the film is impressed by the light and record the image, but represents his distance. How does our perception react when we discover that these images, aesthetically pleasing and familiar, were created by ISIS terrorists?