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Šejla
from exhibition Berliner Zimmer --> [link]

Šejla Kamerić belongs to the generation of Sarajevo artists who grew up in the war under three-and-a-half years of siege and shelling of the city. The latter is also reflected in her artistic work: On one hand her Personal
viewpoints based on common experience about the outside world: hot issues
of the local society related (or in opposition) to the actual worldwide moral, socio-political subjects. On the other hand self-reflections based on personal experience about the existential values: by surviving the siege and shelling of her city she learned the fine line between life and death. For one of her axiomatic works, Bosnian Girl, she says that it is directly connected to the Srebrenica tragedy, but that it deals with prejudice as well, not only by others towards us, but also by us towards others. That statement speaks very clearly about how “two-way” and how legible her messages are. (from [link] )

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