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Via NPR's the Picture Show: Infrared Kodak film renders certain colors in magenta. Many rebels still roam the countryside of the Democratic Republic of Congo, which has been plagued by violence for much of the past 15 years, including this fighter in North Kivu, in the far east of the country. (She Brings the Rain, 2011)

RICHARD MOSSE / INFRA - Soldiers' uniforms turn purple, vegetation magenta … the infrared film used by photographer Richard Mosse forces us to see the conflicts of Congo in different ways

Tutsi Town (Infra series), 2010 © Richard Mosse

Conflict recorded on the infrared spectrum

::B L O G H I S T A P E R C A S O::: Richard Mosse ~ Congo

Ruby Tuesday, North Kivu, Eastern Congo, 2011 - Infra by Richard Mosse

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The Color of War in Congo

Congo. Richard Mosse with an infrared film.

Congo: Across the spectrum – in pictures

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Photographer Richard Mosse to represent Ireland at Venice Biennale

The Enclave by Richard Mosse at Venice Biennale 2013

Richard Mosse, Come Out X, North Kivu, Eastern Congo, 2012

"I recently saw these photos taken by Richard Mosse and was struck dumb by the contrast of such a loud and festive color and the subject matter - wartorn Congo."

Congo by Richard Mosse. Mosse used Aerochrome infrared film for these photos of rebels during wartime and the results of bright color get you drawn into the photos first for their apparent beauty and then for their shocking imagery and subject matter.

Infrared by photographer Richard Mosse 'Madonna and Child', North Kivu, eastern Congo, 2012

Richard Mosse - Madonna and Child, North Kivu, Eastern Congo, 2012 Digital C print, 35 x 28 inches. Courtesy of Jack Shainman Gallery

Disappearer , 2012, digotal c-print by RICHARD MOSSE

Richard Mosse’s “The Enclave” – Rethinking War Photography