Ash Kyrie, a veteran of the war in Iraq, addresses the gap between media depictions of military action and his own experience of the war. To prepare for his project Untitled Media Images, Kyrie spent two years collecting and categorizing photographs of the war from news publications such as The New York Times and USA Today. For each installation, he selects an image from his archive, blows it up to an approximate size of 70 x 100 inches, and pastes it to a wall. Prompting deeper audience engagement, the artist subsequently asks viewers to strip the appropriated and magnified photograph from the wall and allow the remnants to scatter on the floor. What remains on the wall is an image whose clarity is compromised—echoing the disconnect Kyrie experienced when comparing his reality to the original photograph.