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The Aesthetics of Disappearance follows on from Cator's 2008 exhibition Spoon & Fork which looked at the infiltration of war in to the home as entertainment and the child as a willing hostage in the militarisation of perception. In his new work Cator looks at notions of war as speed and the disorientation this has on unwilling participants, "it's as if everyone is caught in the searing glaze and exaggerated colour of military pyrotechnics".