"This one, Geneva Convention, was inspired by events in Iraq; specifically, the torture and humiliation of Iraqi prisoners by US soldiers," says Sharon pointing to a recently completed red and orange landscape.
Reflecting the dubious interpretations of the Convention that emerged during the so-called "War On Terror", the work is striking and confronting. It depicts one set of rules for the USA and its allies - equitable and businesslike; and another for the enemy - sporadic and bloody.
"It seems the Geneva Convention is only applicable when it's convenient," Sharon adds. "Who decides these things?"