Birds of war is a series of images created from objects including sculptors and installations that narrate the story of the 250,000 homing pigeons used in carrying messages during the two world wars. It also tells the story of the men who refused to join the army and volunteered as firefighters. Those men were often given a white feather by ladies as a sign of cowardice. Ironically the white feather was a sign of bravery in America. The story portrays wealth, genocide, death and loss in form of images.