Jenny Holzer has used government documents as a source for her work since 2004. Language has been Holzer's primary medium since the late 1970s. Placed on electric signs or stone benches, Holzer's text investigates how ideas are transformed from argument or opinion into fact. While her work has a conceptual base, she involves her viewer through what's intensely physical. Turning to government documents in 2004, months after the invasion of Iraq by the United States and the United Kingdom, Holzer tried to reconstruct the path to war from the language of its architects and executors. The documents painted most recently trace the political fallout and human wreckage in the global war on terror. Holzer's new works, hand-rendered, return flesh to events. 108 pages. Hardcover.