Divided Memoreality: Gavrilo Princip in Sarajevo
A visual study of two views and memories of a certain day in 1914.
Gavrilo Princip as Anti-Imperialist Traditionalist
Had he been born in South America, Gavrilo Princip would have been an equal to Che Guevara and Emiliano Zappata; in Africa, he would have been a counterpart to the glorious martyrs who fell in the struggle against colonialism.
The Otherwordly Balkans
“Only the details differentiate the narratives of WWI from those of the 90s Balkans wars. The latter speaks of Greater Serbian nationalism and the endangerment of other peoples, as well as some concept of Yugoslavia only mildly related to Yugoslavia itself, whereas the former is but another excuse to repeat the same arguments.”