war becomes normal
Does the last sentence of the provided context mean "Wall depicts dead soldiers in normal situations, that is in contrast with what really happens in wars. Therefore, Wall is actually representing an abnormal image of war by showing soldiers in normal situations. Wall by showing a normal image of war wants to show us how abnormal this image of war actually is"?
The Canadian Jeff Wall’s Dead Troops Talk (A Vision after an Ambush of a Red Army Patrol, near Moqor, Afghanistan, Winter 1986) (1992) is an extraordinary essay on photography. But here the tables turn: Wall looks back to history painting for inspiration to create a photographic image of an event that he never witnessed and only imagined. Dead men do not talk, but the thirteen– sometimes severely wounded – Soviet soldiers are lounging around a shell-crater, chatting and relaxing. Here, war becomes normal, but Wall, in undertaking the exercise, shows us how abnormal it really is (Art and War by Laura Brandon).