UCSF is exhibiting a poignant and provocative photographic documentary at the Kalmanovitz Library at the Parnassus campus of actual X-rays and CT-scans of survivors of terrorist attacks. The documentary, titled Inside Terrorism: The X-ray Project, features actual X-rays and CT-scans of people who were all victims of terrorism. The images come "from the two largest hospitals in Jerusalem to explore the most important social issue of our time: the effects of terrorism on a civilian population," according to the project website. The exhibit will run at UCSF through December, according to the Chancellor's Committee on Art, Honors, and Recognition, which approved the use of space in the library for this purpose. Peter Li, a medical student and member of the committee, was among those who approved the exhibit at UCSF. "The artist has used the gruesome artifacts of terrorist attacks in Jerusalem to craft an effective indictment of terrorism worldwide," Li said. "By showing only X-rays and CT scans, she has avoided the immediate shock value of gory photographs or video. Yet on inspection, the images truly speak volumes on the violence and tragedy of their subjects, especially to a medically savvy audience. The nature of these medical images also serves to anonymize and universalize the victims, helping us to empathize even while insulating us from personal details. On the other hand, UCSF audiences will probably note particularly that several of the victims depicted are young university students."