“This exhibition tries to deal with the impossible in a most modest way. It reflects some sort of grappling with what has been and what is hitting the mass media around the world these days, and also touches on related events: upcoming nations' wars, nation-sponsored wars, so-called proxy wars, civil wars, 'religious' wars, revolutions, state terrorism, terrorism of specific groups, fratricides, rebellions, uprisings, civil demonstrations in many countries, and their deadly results: genocidal killings, tortures, disappearances, people suffering, being maimed, their lives torn apart, who have lost all their livelihood being forced to become refugees.
The exhibition attempts to pay homage to the many perished victims of horror, those not even being counted, the nameless victims, many if not most of them ignored by the media, including the anonymous survivors, those left behind suffering from a life-long trauma, men, women, children. For what price?
The exhibition consists of a recent illustrated article from the Mexican tabloid newspaper ‘extra!’, anonymous graffiti, reproductions of paintings by the Flemish artist Hans Memling (1470)  and Austrian Rueland Frueauf the Elder (1500), and two site-specific installations, a collaboration between Aaron Bezzina and Michael Bock. The works presented span a width from graphic realism to sublime to spiritual.”
There will also be a talk by AP’s Konrad Buhagiar, titled ‘Michiel Sweerts’. Fragmented thoughts of a brother across time' referring to the symbolism of body fragments as depicted in paintings of Flemish baroque artist Michiel Sweerts and the sculptures of this exhibition by Maltese artist Aaron Bezzina.