We have the pleasure to publish a Working Paper on art in the public spaces of Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Curator Danijela Dugandžić analyses a number of fascinating artworks that since the official end of the war in 1995 have dealt with some key themes: nationalism, the role of the international community during and after the war, forgotten emancipatory history and heritage, and post-war reconstruction. There has also been a significant production of feminist art. Dugandžić shows how art can be an urban practice that uses public space as emancipation for those who are less visible, or even invisible.
Working Paper no 2. Politics between Art and Space. Sarajevo after 1995.