ŠTO TE NEMA is a participatory community art project meant to raise genocide awareness by commemorating the 8,372 Bosniak/Bosnian Muslim men and boys killed during the Srebrenica genocide. Existing as a nomadic monument made with collected porcelain cups (fildžani) filled with coffee, ŠTO TE NEMA travels to a different city annually. This year, Aida Šehović is working together with Bosnian communities in Chicago to bring the ŠTO TE NEMA monument to Daley Plaza on July 11, 2017.
ŠTO TE NEMA public monument brings together different communties to commemorate the Srebrenica genocide every July 11th, but each year in a different location. Download the press release.
Poster design by Amir Berbić (photo by Emir Šehanović).
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ŠTO TE NEMA is a fiscally sponsored project by the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), allowing it to use NYFA’s tax-exempt status for fundraising purposes.