Here photography is used in its simplest duty to record the perforated paper surface of the life size posterboards: an act of aggression that has already happened. While the real face of the perpetrators depicted seem to reflect more 70's notion of white trash terrorism than contemporary quotidian threat ideology, their pointing gestures and imposing postures come after the fact: they have already been shot. As onlookers being aimed at from within the posters we are no longer simple voyeurs, spectator or cowards but find ourselves entering the relentness spiral of violence in the confounding roles of victim and aggressor.