Tag: Bosnian War

Funding granted for a Srebrenica Memorial

I am excited to have had Funding granted for a Srebrenica Memorial by Oxford City Council. For this project I will print 8372 business cards, that will be individually numbered/editioned 1/8372, 2/8372…

‘Lie Down’ installation at City of Oxford College

Every year “White Armband Day” takes place on 31 May, the anniversary of the start of the campaign of ethnic cleansing which took place in the town of…

Srebrenica Memorial public art ideas

Srebrenica memorial week public art

Bullet Trajectory

As part of my exploration of borders as a source of conflict, I am looking at the moment between life and death. I recently captured the trajectory of…

Community Champion

Last month I was selected as the Remembering Srebrenica Community Champion of the month for February. I am really excited and extremely proud of this recognition. “Each month…

disPLACED exhibition

I am excited to have had 3 pieces of work accepted for the following exhibition disPLACED at P21 Gallery, London Private View: Friday 19th January 2018, 18:00 –…

Lie Down Art exploring Bosnian war

Lie Down

During the beginning stages of the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina, many Bosnian Muslims were required to wear a white arm band and hang a white flag/sheet on…

‘Lie Down’ exploring the Bosnian War

This piece of work, still unfinished, explores the process of the Bosnian war. Muslims were expected to wear a white arm band and hang a white flag from…