In Fletcher’s body of work exploring the Vietnamese reaction to the Vietnam Conflict, which they call “the American war”, Harrrell rephotograph’s images of Vietnam soldier’s and citizens, and the horrors visited upon them by American forces. It is an old post-modern trick, but the effect of the images is nonetheless harrowing. I left the exhibit feeling shaken, but also a bit used. The heavy handedness of the imagery created the desired effect of instilling disgust with war in general, specifically the callousness of the powers that be, and there disregard for the effect of conflict on the non-military population.