“Što Te Nema?” is a public monument created as a response to Europe’s worst atrocity since World War II – the systematic killing of 8,372 Muslim men and boys in the UN-protected safe area of Srebrenica in Bosnia and Herzegovina in July of 1995. Conceived by Aida Sehovic as a participatory nomadic monument, “Što Te Nema?” travels to a new location annually, enabling different communities to commemorate the Srebrenica Genocide collectively and in a public space on its anniversary. The monument consists of a growing collection of fildžani, small porcelain coffee cups, continuously collected and donated by Bosnian families from all over the world. The number of fildžani roughly corresponds to the growing number of bodies found, identified, and buried to date. Every July 11th, the public is invited to participate by placing the collected cups on the ground and filling them with Bosnian coffee prepared on site throughout the day. The 11th edition of the “Sto Te Nema” nomadic monument was co-led by project coordinator Edina Škaljić, and organized in partnership with New England Friends of Bosnia and Herzegovina (NEFBiH).
Photos from AidaSehovic.com