One Cannot Look (After Goya) recreates Francisco Goya's Disasters of War etchings from 1810-1820, with the figures removed. The empty landscapes are paired with a single page of hand-drawn text describing the violence in each image using the language guidelines for U.S. military memoranda.

This series is part of a larger body of work exploring instances of witnessing violence and the associated images generated for public consumption.

All drawings below are 11" x 14", graphite on paper.