This piece of work explores the process of the Bosnian war.
- White top section – Bosniaks, Bosnian Muslims were made to wear a white arm band and hang a white flag from their houses.
- Set at 150cm high – Boys 150cm or below allowed to remain with their mothers. Above 150cm they were sent with their fathers, almost certainly to their death.
- Dyed with Coffee – Coffee is a symbol of Bosnian community, but here symbolizes the break down of community.
- Placed across the floor – The piece eventually spreads across the floor as a reference to burial / mass graves / shrouds / death.
- The title ‘Lie Down’ – refers to the last words spoken to many Bosniaks before being shot and killed.