Milica Tomić

One day, instead of one night, a burst of machine-gun fire will flash, if light cannot come otherwise. photo, 2009


Milica Tomić

One day, instead of one night, a burst of machine-gun fire will flash, if light cannot come otherwise. intervention in public space, 2009


Milica Tomić

One day, instead of one night, a burst of machine-gun fire will flash, if light cannot come otherwise. intervention in public space, 2009


Milica Tomić

One day, instead of one night, a burst of machine-gun fire will flash, if light cannot come otherwise. intervention in public space, 2009 (photos: Milica Lopicic, Srdjan Veljovic, Stasha Tomic, video: Stasha Tomic)


In her 2009 intervention in public space, Tomić walks across Belgrade with a AK47 weapon, through places were the partisans of the Peoples Liberation Movement carried out successful actions during World War II against fascist troops. The video also features five interviews with people who as partisans participated in the liberation of what would become the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. It is part of her ongoing artistic research on memory and rememberance.

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