Architecture is considered the reliable witness of the past, the "silent history teller" and as such it has always been an attractive tool for the history clitters.

This series of works examines the process of nation-building, myth-making, as well as the relativization of war crimes with the help of urban planning, on the basis of two large construction projects in the Balkans.

It observes the use of "history" to make the past and the facts invisible and inaccessible and undertakes an experiment by voicing the theme of language itself.

“Those who succeed in completing this experiment without allowing that the revelation in nothingness which it reveals, remain concealed, but instead raise the topic of language itself, will be the first citizens of a community without prerequisites or a state, which encompasses the destructive and determining violence of the collective.” - Giorgio Agambe