Scattered bomblet is a colorful and candy-like sculpture. I wanted the bombs to look like mass-produced and prefabricated plastic toys. The colorful plastic replicas raise awareness and comment on young victims they have maimed or killed annually in Laos. The sculpture stresses that these plastic forms are harmless in appearance while simultaneously expressing serious undertones to their destructive history. I acquired a real bomblet from the internet that I covered with latex mold material to create multiple bomblets, made by hand, and each has been laser engraved “270 Million Dropped”. Repeating the text emphasizes the historical event that is the Secret War on Laos and how it continues to affect the livelihood and advancement of Lao people. Two-thirds of these four-inch round, dangerous, tennis-ball shaped bomblets have not detonated in Laos. The shiny mylar on the inside of the box gives the illusion of depth and continuous space where the bomblets keep going on forever. My vision someday is that these bomblets take over an entire room.