The mystery and cultural identity of London inspire a memory and a vision of Sarajevo with its identity and order. Sarajevo a city known as the ‘Jerusalem' of the Balkans, where the East and the West meet and live in harmony.
With conceptual sketches, watercolours, mixed techniques, artworks and research, the exhibition illuminates Sarajevo’s possibilities.
The aim of the project is to show an urban space and a future identity of the city Sarajevo, as well as what other cities can learn and find from it.
Sarajevo is envisaged as a multicultural city striving to break out of the stereotype of a city that survived war, or an Olympic city.
As a former participant at LFA2017, Emina is trying to bring closer views of the youth on the situation in cities and explore what identity means as an architectural term.
Emina Camdzic is an architect, artist and lecturer living and working in Sarajevo. She studied architecture and urbanism in Sarajevo, and at Enschede, Istanbul, AA London VS visiting Schools. Emina works on energy-efficient and resilient projects. Her projects have been exhibited at AA XX 100/ Women in Architecture, Green Design Biennale2017, LFA2017, Collegium Artisticum 2018.