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There were three people who killed merely over differences in religion. One day the three believers who lost a mosque and icons through war no longer understood who belonged to which religion, and lost their reasons to fight. At that time, one statue rose in the center of town. Although the town thought it had regained peace by building the statue unrelated to any nation…

The title of this work that uses the Bosnian conflict as a motif is a golden Bruce Lee image. It is said that the image was built in the center of commerce in post-war Sarajevo. The reason the statue’s creator says the following is to communicate to the public on “faithfulness, friendship, and justice”, which do not belong to any religion, “Lee...

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There were three people who killed merely over differences in religion. One day the three believers who lost a mosque and icons through war no longer understood who belonged to which religion, and lost their reasons to fight. At that time, one statue rose in the center of town. Although the town thought it had regained peace by building the statue unrelated to any nation…

The title of this work that uses the Bosnian conflict as a motif is a golden Bruce Lee image. It is said that the image was built in the center of commerce in post-war Sarajevo. The reason the statue’s creator says the following is to communicate to the public on “faithfulness, friendship, and justice”, which do not belong to any religion, “Lee is a true world hero and is a hero of all the races of Bosnia”. If war is seen from the outside, it may seem ridiculously foolish. However, since the people within are very desperate, circumstances make them want to cling on to whatever they can – this makes me feel like running away. The scenes projected here are facts that I draw – I am non-religious and someone who is not directly involved with the dispute. Distinction of different religious believers is not included and there is also no telling which country is being attacked. However, intense bombardment scenes that we often see on television are not viewable either, only the misery and humor of mere war is visible here.

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