Today, the Philosophy of Mind explains us that in the formation process of non-perceptive mental imagery, traces of perceptive images or visems and image flows taken shape in the figural elaboration of a new vision. The image we can see inside our own mind is fluctuating, it has indefinite contours. At the words: Iraq, Kurdistan, Armenia, Afghanistan, September 11th 2001, Rwanda, each of us reacts picking up the visible images inside of us as the fruit of our information experience. Contourless images take shape transforming and elaborating a continuum of new images. In an attempt to fix on the canvas the moment when a war scene is evoked, I used 10,000 different images to compose a single detail of the represented image. I have gathered the images making up each visem from September 2001 up until today. The final image is made up of 100 million combinations of images of war, terrorism, bombing, blood, decapitations, mutilations, geographic places recurring in the reports of the daily news. The combination of each image is unique, since - going over again the formation process of the visems - the combination amongst the traces of retroceptive images for the final image proves similar yet not equal. The casualty of the codes is unique for each composed image. It contains a unique code representing a unique instant in the evocation of an image. Ironically, the places where the facts of contemporaneousness occur, when seen from a distance, look like paradises. Francis Bacon used to say that: "even in then most idyllic landscapes, amongst trees and under leaves, insects devour each other; violence is part of life".