Refracted Visions: “Ethnic Cleansing” and the De-mythologization of Gender

@inproceedings{Lynes2012RefractedV,
  title={Refracted Visions: “Ethnic Cleansing” and the De-mythologization of Gender},
  author={Krista Genevi{\`e}ve Lynes},
  year={2012}
}
In 2009, the artist Milica Tomic walked through the streets of Belgrade, casually carrying an AK-47 assault rifle and a plastic shopping bag, passing through the sites where the People’s Liberation Movement carried out successful resistance operations against Nazi occupation during World War II. The action/intervention was accompanied by a video work, which used the film-making technique of Russian avant-garde filmmaker Lev Kuleshov to construct a “creative geography” where various locations… CONTINUE READING

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