Bosnian Mapping Projects were created in collaboration with Bosnian Artists.
Lana Cmajcanin lived in Sarajevo during the siege of the city from 1992 to 1996. This walk represents the space she was confined to during that time.
One of the main roads running through Sarajevo is nicknamed "Sniper Alley" during the Bosnian war because the Serbian/Chetnik snipers had that street covered, and anybody seen walking on that street would be shot at.
I transposed the location of Sniper Alley onto a map of Washington DC, and we filmed walks down the Sniper Alley in Sarajevo and a walk down the transposed Washington "Sniper Alley" and edited them together.
This video was made in conjunction with: Billy Friebele Bruce Feldman Amir Telibechirowich
Mostar - Bosnian/Croatian
Mostar is a divided city. One side is predominately Bosnian and the other Croatian. The Boulevard divides the city ethnically, socially, and polotically.
Kohima, Nagaland, India
Driving to Alaska
DC: 68 walks, 68 square miles
68 Square Miles, 68 Walks, 68 Lines
There are 68 square miles of land in Washington DC. I gridded the city map into square miles based on the historic survey and mile markers, and I walked to every square mile. When I arrived at each mile, I spent at least an hour drifting around, before I walked home.
Each one of these lines is a path I took to walk every square mile in the city