One day, instead of one night, a burst of machine-gun fire will flash, if light cannot come otherwise (fragment of a poem by Oskar Davičo), 2009, video, 10”, ed.5/1A

The installation One day, instead of one night, a burst of machine-gun fire will flash, if light cannot come otherwise named after a fragment of a poem by Yugoslav partisan and writer Oskar Davičo, consists of a video and newspaper documentation of walking actions she carried out between September and October 2009 in which Tomić revisited forgotten sites in Belgrade where anti-Fascist action were mounted during WWII. The photos taken during these repeated walks are documents of an action/intervention of creating a non-material monument in places that are not part of the public memory. Her work addresses social amnesia and the erasure of the memory of the anti-Fascist struggle of the People Liberation Struggle, and reveals its relevance to the present moment with its invisible forms of fascism embedded in the administration of social life.