Living Museum exhibitions feature in Bosnian media

Living Museum commissions and exhibitions have garnered extensive coverage in the Bosnian press including an editorial written by the British ambassador, Matthew Field, in Oslobodjenje.  See via the links below or go to English translations:

Art & Reconciliation blogs on ARTIJ Initiative

Rachel Kerr and Milena Michalski have both written blogs on Art & Reconciliation research for the Art and International Justice Initiative.  The ARTIJ Initiative connects academics, artists, practitioners and others wishing to explore the potential of art in understanding international justice.

Read here:

Art & Reconciliation by Milena Michalski

Art, Justice and Reconciliation by Rachel Kerr


2nd March 2019; Panel: Art and Conflict, hosted by LSE Festival

Saturday 02 March 2019 12:45pm to 2:00pm; Hosted by LSE Festival: New World (Dis)Orders; Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building

Dr Denisa Kostovicova, Dr Nela Milic, Tom Paskhalis and Dr Ivor Sokolić will discuss the role of art and visual representation in response to conflict and dealing with its consequences.

For further info see here.

The Testimony of the Image; Symposium, London, March 6th 2019

The Testimony of the Image: Visualizing War Crimes Tribunals

As part of LCC’s Research Fortnight, this symposium will explore the visual staging of War Crimes Tribunals from Nuremburg to the ICTY. The main presentation will be by photographer Armin Smailovic, who will talk about his ‘Testimony Portraits’ of witnesses giving evidence at the ICTY and his Sounds of Silence project that deals with female survivors of wartime rape in Bosnia Herzegovinia. Max Houghton of LCC will also talk about her research on the embodied nature of testimony to war crimes tribunals from Nuremburg to Rwanda, whilst Professor James Gow of the War studies department at King’s college will discuss the theme of Pictures of Peace and Justice.

For further information see here.

Reconciliations: The Evidence of the Visible; Exhibition, London, March 6th-15th 2019

Wednesday 6 – Friday 15 March 2019
London College of Communication
Elephant & Castle, London, SE1 6SB
Free and open to all.

This exhibition explores how visual evidence of past crimes can play a role in post conflict remembrance, reconciliation and rebuilding.  Featuring artists Paul Coldwell, Nermin Divović, Ziyah Gafić,
Milena Michalski, Vladimir Miladinović and Armin Smailović.

For more information see here.

Performance: ‘Attention’ by Touchdown Dance Company, 30th Nov 2018

Touchdown create in the moment within a structured score, including concepts of proximity and space, architecture (Angus Balbernie) the poetics of movement (Steve Batts), and kinaesthetic awareness (Julyen Hamilton). This 30 minute performance will be followed by a Q&A with the dancers.
30 Nov 2018, 19:00 to 21:00pm, The Exchange, Kings College Strand Campus, London.  For further info and to register.