Though I am generally pretty black and white in my attitude to most military conflicts, the aerial interdiction of Libyan government forces attacking secessionist populations is a different case. Here are endless shades of grey.
It was in that frame of mind that I made an unscheduled visit to the Imperial War Museum in Manchester ... a place about which I am also ambivalent.
Leaving behind the displays, I walked up the enclosed concrete stairs of the AirShard and along the bridge for its view out over Salford Quays.
The bridge brought me, vividly but in appropriately monochrome tones, to thoughts of Mona Hatoun's sculptural installation work.