The Art of Memory After Genocide: Reimagining the Images of the Places of Pain and (Be)longing

Halilovich, H and Fejzic, A 2018, 'The Art of Memory After Genocide: Reimagining the Images of the Places of Pain and (Be)longing' in Danielle Drozdzewski and Carolyn Birdsall (ed.) Doing Memory Research: New Methods and Approaches, Palgrave Macmillan, Singapore, pp. 87-108.


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Title The Art of Memory After Genocide: Reimagining the Images of the Places of Pain and (Be)longing
Author(s) Halilovich, H
Fejzic, A
Year 2018
Title of book Doing Memory Research: New Methods and Approaches
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
Place of publication Singapore
Editor(s) Danielle Drozdzewski and Carolyn Birdsall
Start page 87
End page 108
Subjects Social and Cultural Anthropology
Sociological Methodology and Research Methods
Globalisation and Culture
Summary This chapter is based on the co-authors' research project on the memories of war, genocide and displacement, and the resulting multi-media exhibition 'Places of Pain: Recognising the Pain of Others' that was shown in Sarajevo, Melbourne, Brisbane, Vienna, and St. Louis in 2016-2017. By discussing a creative fusion of documentary and imaginary representations of social, spatial, and affective memory landscapes in conflict and post-conflict contexts in Bosnia-Herzegovina, the chapter considers how art exhibitions can be understood and utilised as both a research method and a collaborative research outcome in memory studies projects.
Copyright notice © The Author(s) 2019
Keyword(s) genocide
art
ethnography
exhibition
engagement
DOI - identifier 10.1007/978-981-13-1411-7_5
ISBN 9789811314100
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