Here is another piece from Gleeson, but five years later and after much more war trauma. The progression from the previous piece to this is clear, humanity is tearing itself apart through war. This final piece combines the view of the self and the horrors that were committed by man during the war with the nightmares considered in the first two pieces. This nightmarish piece addresses the frightening state that humanity was in and the ultimate distortion of each man that stemmed from something deep within. The stylistic elements of this piece are almost illusionistic. As a counterpoint to this piece and the horrors it portrays a link has been attached to a video of black and white photos that have been edited to depict many different dream like illusions and distortions. The distortions do not show the horrors of man like this piece does, but it does show that in the end, our subconscious can alter and effect our lives, self perceptions, and even our actions. The manipulated photos show how most of our subconscious' distort images in an almost comical way, which is quite different from the seriousness of the pieces in this gallery, particularly this last Gleeson.