My research to date has been varied, but has continuously drawn on both ethnographic techniques and the collaborative production of contemporary art. My PhD research (2013 - 2018, UCL and SOAS) looked at the ways in which international funding was used to sustain and promote contemporary art in Bosnia-Herzegovina as a tool for social transformation. My current practice is two-fold: one stream aims to investigate the experience of Bosnian refugees, and in a second I am looking at the way in which conflict changes and informs the perception of landscape.
2019. The Instrumentalization of Contemporary Art in Bosnia-Herzegovina. PhD Thesis: UCL, London.
2018. From Repetition to Reproduction. In Assembly, Julie Marsh. London. ISBN: 978-1-5272-3072-9.
2015. Heroyam Slava: The Heroes of Maidan. Balkanist (see https://balkanist.net/heroyam-slava/).
2015. The Art of War. Zymbol (see http://mrwebber.org/the-art-of-war).
With Furness, L. 2014. Road to Nowhere: Sarajevo’s Abandoned Bobsleigh Track. BlackBox (archived at http://mrwebber.org/bobsledphotoessay).
2014 – 2018. Pozdrav iz BiH. Website and collaborative art project (archived at http://mrwebber.org/pozdrav).
2014. The Art of Remembering: Soros Realism in Sarajevo. Balkanist (see https://balkanist.net/the-art-of-remembering-soros-realism-in-sarajevo/).
With Furness, L. 2014. The Library Book. London. ISBN: 978-0-9929-4500-8. (see http://mrwebber.org/librarybook).
2014. Contemporary Art Museums in the Former Yugoslavia. Presentation at EEA conference.
2013. Art, Anthropology, and the Balkans. Presentation at IUAES conference.
2013. Art and Civil Society in Post-Conflict BiH. MA thesis: University of Bristol.
2012. Contemporary Art and Anthropology. Catalogue text and seminar at Arnolfini art gallery, Bristol. (see https://www.arnolfini.org.uk/whatson/art-and-anthopology-seminar).
2011 – 2012. The Journal of the IIAL, vols. 1 and 2. London.