All Inclusive is a performance about the paradoxical principle of “creation through destruction”. In his new work, Julian Hetzel continues his critical research on warfare by now examining the production of images of violence and the explosive force of image wars. While the de(con)struction of monuments and iconic images have become tools of strategic warfare, the museum became an extension of the battlefield. Here the aesthetization as well as the capitalisation of violence is made visible. All Inclusive juxtaposes art and war, tourists and refugees, reality and imagination towards a comprehensive yet ambiguous journey. The audience is invited to watch a visit through an imaginary museum where reality strikes back. What if the souvenirs are actually trophies?