Tag: forensic anthropology

Srebrenica Memorial public art ideas

Srebrenica memorial week public art

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…

Artistic process

Whilst working on this current piece, I have been aware that the artistic process itself has become as important as the initial ideas and the finished piece. Almost…

Bosnia’s blindfolds

Developing ideas from research I have started to tie ideas about Bosnia’s blindfolds together. The arm bands lead to blindfolds Coffee brought communities together but later dove them apart….

Lessons from Srebrenica – day three

An earlier start again and being higher in Srebrenica, we woke to a frozen morning. It was very cold. The Potočari Memorial Centre We made our way back…

Forensic Anthropology Conference – Kent University

Written in Bone: Multidisciplinary approaches to victim identification ​I took the opportunity to visit this fascinating conference that explored Forensic Anthropology Conference – Kent University various aspects of forensic…

Exhumation of a virtual mass grave

I had the fantastic opportunity recently to view the exhumation of a virtual mass grave at Cranfield University. The opportunity came about after a meeting with Nicholas Marguez…