Words like murder and Sofia come from the political conscious as an echo that reminds us that history constantly repeats itself in a very symptomatic way. The murder of a pregnant woman, princess Sofia, is lost from this huge, kitschy and dangerous re-launching of a revisionist history, the history that suppressed the recent war in Bosnia with more important issues such as mourning for the Austro-Hungarian Empire under the process of Europeanization. The shouting proclamation: the war is not over denotes the permanent state of colonizing, as well as brutal patriarchal and nationalist histories, which have been perpetuated since the beginning of the 20th century by all available means – economic, political, cultural and, in this particular case of the centenary of WW1, geopolitical. Individual and collective artworks of Andreja Dugandžić speak in the name of women, the suppressed nature and subjugated histories of those who live around and share with her dark times of human exploitation in the sophisticated age of neoliberal patriarchy. This age, which realizes itself through diverse kinds of violence, such as economic, psychological, neo-colonial, physical, war, media, as well as the technologically empowered one, calls for an urgent response. It calls for a radically different world, a brave ideology to defeat this post-ideological mess of fake freedom, a strong voice to rise against the existing machinery of producing power, or at least attempt to do so. The question is, again: how much we DO compromise when we DO something? Andreja Dugandžić’s ways of doing art – choosing the red ink of feminist politics to contribute to radical common ideology – remind us that we need to stay out of this neoliberal machinery, to refuse, to resist as much as we can.