There are glycerin planes, bent in all shapes, moving in a maelstrom as the sculpture's center rotates. Glycerin makes soap but it also makes nitroglycerin (as Diehl pointed out when I spoke to her). The ground is full of miniature military vehicles, wolves, tigers and cheetahs--predators all. Then there are the never settling video images around the walls--these are taken from various nations in the Middle East. The viewer can never focus on these images long enough to identify the nation in question. Because this maelstrom is really swirling around us all.
Curiously this is a beautiful piece to be based on such chaos. You can see more of Diehl's work at Galerie Anita Beckers.