This four panel piece was painted for the Gallipoli Art Prize in 2008, where it was a finalist.
I think the narrative is fairly readable. The clues are in the changing women’s fashions, and the changing background landscape.
The price that women paid for World Wars created by men is often neglected. The price humanity pays for the manipulated wholesale butchery of its male young in the interests of competing power and control structures is genetic. No other species on Earth is quite so barabaric. The 'glory' of war is a lie.