We are born into a world of violence. We find ways to survive in this world. We adapt, picking up the guns or by going into hiding. We might not be aware or see the scars. But all the time, some place, someone suffers the consequences. Black Holes is a metaphor for the inherent, inescapable violent nature of the world we create together and that continues to live on inside of us. It is the only way to explain that more than 100 years after the First World War, European villages are again being erased from the surface of the earth. Photographs taken in European landscapes changed by war.