Resolution 808


exhibition work in progress

As the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) has finished its activites at the end of 2017, “Resolution 808” gives an insight into this institution, that during the 25 years of its existence was normally closed to the public. We had exclusive access to the Evidence Unit of the Office of the Prosecutor, where 14,000 artifacts from the war are stored.The project gives the viewers a glimpse into the place where war criminals like Milosevic, Karadzic and Mladic were prosecuted – and where history was made.

As the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) has finished its activites at the end of 2017, “Resolution 808” gives an insight into this institution, that during the 25 years of its existence was normally closed to the public. We had exclusive access to the Evidence Unit of the Office of the Prosecutor, where 14,000 artifacts from the war are stored.The project gives the viewers a glimpse into the place where war criminals like Milosevic, Karadzic and Mladic were prosecuted – and where history was made.

El Pais Semanal, November 2017

Internazionale, December 2017

De Volkskrant, July 2020

Politico, March 2019

BIRN portal, June 2020

Den Haag (The Netherlands), Atrium of the City Hall, November 2017. Exhibition “Resolution 808. Inside the Yugoslavia tribunal”

Officine Fotografiche gallery.  Rome, Italy, 2018

UNIBO Campus. Forlì, Italy, 2018