I think Todd James has created a profound exhibition about the bizarre hybrid of war, commerce and popular culture that we in the western part of the world are trying to pass of as democracy. His show Trouble truly epitomizes the expression 'contemporary art'. This is now. 30 years from now Trouble will remind us - and show the coming generations - what the world was like in 2007. These reflections all sound very serious and they are, but in Todd's works they also become strangely funny and very tangible. Looking at Trouble almost feels like watching The Daily Show or Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb. The show continues to grow on me every day.