from Flux Factory 

“In Bosnian tradition, life stops and starts around coffee. The warm drink is shared among close family and friends inside the home at least once a day.”
Aida Sehovic stages her art, a work of awareness and remembrance  in Burlington, VT –
It is called ‘Sto Te Nema’ – ‘how come you’re not here? or ‘where are you’? and is meant to commemorate the 8,000 men – young and old – who were murdered in Srebrenica, Bosnia on or around the11th of July, 1995 by Ratko Mladic and his army of genocidal murderers.