In this new exhibition, the Palestinian artist Saher Nassar returns to dedicate his attention to the theme of power and does so through the choice of a subject, the soldier, who is the emblem and visible symbol of what power is within a hierarchical structure in which it is part of a larger and more complex mechanism. Soldiers undergo rigorous training, sometimes bordering on indoctrination, to carry out commands that often go beyond their wishes or intentions. They become pieces of a domino effect, operating in environments they cannot control. The visual language that the artist adopts to tell this story is that of a simplified image, where the soldier's body becomes a mere form, almost a cut-out and schematized figure, inserted in a surreal context of comic-book colors and where his identity it is always made anonymous, unrecognizable, part of a universe where the subjects are faceless, unreal and therefore somehow immaterial. The artist's stylistic choices, juxtaposed against such grave topics, present a visual paradox. Using an unconventional palette and medium, the artwork renders these complex issues both accessible and readily understood by its audience.