Miloš Tomić is a multimedia artist whose projects span film, photography, collages, sculpture. Tomić studied directing at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade and then animation at FAMU in Prague — experiences that continue to influence his practice. His subjects are either composed of or preoccupied with disposable or disposed objects. In fact, his doctoral thesis was titled “Preciousness of discarded objects, i.e. trash as the material for film, photography…” Over the last 20 years, as an independent filmmaker he has collaborated with many other filmmakers, visual artists, musicians as well as with people from the margins of society.
He has exhibited in many festivals and exhibitions. In 2013 Miloš was the Serbian representative at the Venice Biennale. Currently, he explores everyday experiences and small, unnoticed things in daily life through video diaries alongside the production of stop motion animations. He lives and works in Belgrade.