The exhibition "Anatomy of oblivion" was created on the occasion of "Sixth International Conference on Jasenovac," based on the structure of the Museum of Genocide Victims in Belgrade, Museum of the Revolution Mrakovica, Museum Kozara from Prijedor, the Museum of the Republic of Srpska, Archives of the Republic of Srpska, Serbian National Society Prebilovci from Belgrade, Association of descendants of victims of the death camps NDH Gospic Jadovno Pag-in Banja Luka, the City association of former Detainees of the Second World War and their descendants from Banja Luka and the National Library of Serbia in Belgrade.
The exhibition is followed by catalog is in Serbian, English, German and French (in Russian is under construction) as well as the documentary "Art of Memory" which is the introduction to the project, which aims to record the testimonies of survivors and authorized publication of texts.
The context in which are shown the suffering of the civilian population in the Independent State of Croatia, is broader than historical. Ideology is the first element in this context because it created the possibility for all that happened later under the auspices of and in the name of the country. The first concentration camps were created simultaneously with the creation of the state, in spite of Jasenovac, which is by volume of crime and killing monstrosity, a symbol of the overall suffering of Roma, Jews and Serbs, the scaffold were created in all the places where they lived. For the ways in which they suffered and especially the enjoyment in torturing the victims would be necessary to invent a new word because it has so far, in the long history of human infamy, remained unnamed.
The victims are often referred to as numbers and are reduced to statistical data, therefore it was extremely important to the authors to rehumanize them and prove as people. We should not forget the fact that the only fault of the greatest number of those who perished in the Ustasha camps was only identity. Among them there were a lot of children who, among all other things were taken from them, and seized the opportunity to grow up in people.
Authors are Vanja Šmulja, Spomenka Kuzmanović and Ljubica Milekić.
Professional consultant is Dragoslav Ilić.
Поводом 70 година од пробоја јасеновачких логораша и завршетка Другог свјетског рата Народна и универзитетска библиотека Републике Српске поставља изложбу „Анатомија заборава“. Свечано отварање у изложбеном салону Библиотеке, 20. априла 2015. године у 12 часова.
Изложбу можете погледати у Изложбеном салону Библиотеке од 8 - 20 часова радним данима а суботом од 8 - 14. Поставка траје до 18. маја.
Exhibition of the National and University Library of the Republic of Srpska "Anatomy of oblivion" will be hosted in the home library of East Sarajevo in the period from 4 to 28 November 2014
Guest performances in 2015:
Negotiations for the terms of roaming exhibitions in Moscow, Perth, Belgrade and Novi Sad are in progress.