of a series of experimental photo process works using thin
orange slices in contact with a photographic surface as an
element. In this work the left, lighter printed portion of
the image focuses on the power system of the WWII Japanese
battleship, Yamishiro, in the darker printed, right portion,
the orange slices are positioned at or near potential explosive
sites/shell hits from an unknown enemy.
Yamishiro, commissioned in 1917, weighing nearly 40,000 tons,
in 1935 with a power plant that produced 75,000 hp, lost
in the battle of Surigao Straight at 10-22N, 125-21E in 600
ft of water, on October 25, 1944 with a loss of about 1400
men, after receiving four hits from destroyer torpedos and
14-16 in shells from US battleships.