When the Heart Goes Bing Bam Boom
Šejla Kamerić, "When the Heart Goes Bing Bam Boom", Arter, 2015
Street view
Photo: Murat Germen
Šejla Kamerić, "When the Heart Goes Bing Bam Boom", Arter, 2015
Exhibition view (second floor)
Photo: Murat Germen
Šejla Kamerić
June Is June Everywhere, 2013

Hand printed black and white photographs
Dimensions variable
Installation view: "When the Heart Goes Bing Bam Boom", Arter, 2015
Photo: Murat Germen
Šejla Kamerić
30 Years After, 2006
Colour photograph
80 x 55 cm
Photo: Almin Zrno
Šejla Kamerić
Bosnian Girl, 2003

Public project: Posters, billboards, magazine ads, postcards
Black and white photograph
Dimensions variable
Šejla Kamerić
Ab uno disce omnes, 2015
Multimedia installation and ongoing web project
Video still
Šejla Kamerić
What Do I Know, 2007
HD transferred to 35mm
Colour, 5.1 sound
15'51''
Video still
Šejla Kamerić
Glück [Happiness], 2010
HD video, colour, 5.1 sound
16 mm film transferred to HD
18'50''
Video still
Šejla Kamerić
Remains, 2006
2-channel SD video installation, colour, sound, vintage dress
4'44''–6'59'' Projection; endless loop
Installation view: OK Center for Contemporary Art, Linz, 2006
Red Carpet, (M) and (L), 2012
Hand made rag rug woven out of second-hand clothes
1640 x 140 cm
Installation view: National Gallery of Kosovo, Pristina, 2015
Courtesy of the artist
Photo: Jetmir Idrizi
Šejla Kamerić
1395 Days Without Red
HD video, colour, 5.1 sound
63’
In collaboration with Anri Sala and Ari Benjamin Meyers
Starring Maribel Verdú and Sarajevo Philharmonic Orchestra
Video still
Šejla Kamerić
We were chilling by the pool when the war started, 2006

Colour photograph
Šejla Kamerić
Thursday, 2015
HD video, colour, 5.1 sound
46’
Video still
Šejla Kamerić
Sunset, 2008
SD video animation, colour
1'20''
Animation: Ivan Ramadan
Based on the photograph by Karol Grabski of Lodz, showing the Warsaw
Ghetto in flames during the 1943 uprising
Šejla Kamerić
Dream House, 2002
SD video installation, colour, sound
Endless loop projected on a white curtain
11’36’’
Installation view: OK Center for Contemporary Art, Linz, 2002