The physical and philosophical theme of war camouflage is not just a military usage but has become a part of our everyday civilian milieu. Camouflage is used as a means of transformation to blend in or for temporary concealment. It can also invade our perception of visibility and identity.
Artist Veronica Keith's works uses iconic imagery, such as vintage-wear made for the WWI Women’s Reserve. She focuses on the notion of camouflage as something beyond a physical protective barrier; camouflage challenges the difference between our personal and private lives, the political and social innuendos of the hidden and apparent.