Taking AIM is a series of targets that raise the questions: who is considered a victim, and who is considered a threat? Furthermore, how does the perception of Victim or threat increase or decrease the likelihood of someone becoming involved in interpersonal violence. Furthermore, this series examines our cultural relationship to violence. I am interested in that fine line that exists between acceptable, condoned, recreational violence, and deplorable criminalized violence. This dichotomy exists throughout popular culture, from television, music and movies, as well as history in terms of what wars, massacres, and assassinations are considered justified, versus what the same types of historic events are considered atrocities.