I walked under the mango trees and into an old house, the field clinic. A young woman sat on an iron cot. She had been fetching water when she was attacked, apparently for no reason. The rebels had pinned her down in the dirt and sliced off her lips. She was twenty-three. Now her mouth will forever be open, like a scream.
He uses a picture from the Richard Mosse's newly released photobook Infra; an examination of the ongoing conflict in the DRC.