HAD Collective: 'Silence' Stirs Memories Of War In Bosnian Town

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Some walls in Visoko still bear the pockmarked patterns of bullets from the Bosnian War just over two decades ago. These newly battered walls bring back portraits of its victims. HAD Collective. "Silence" Visoko, Bosnia and Herzegovina. January 2016. (photo © Ilhana Babic) Using handheld electric jackhammers and circular saws to chip away at the façade in a manner similar to that popularized in recent years by the Portuguese street artist Vhils, the Bosnian artist collective HAD has created a series of images in a public park that commemorates war victims in Bosnia and Herzegovina, with a...

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