Lichtung in the context of Marin Heidegger’s philosophy means a clearing: an area in which everything can emerge into the light and everything can be hidden. A clearing, by its transformative nature, enables unraveling a part of the Concealed. My starting point is a concept of marked space. Based on it, I attempt to identify some areas of collective suffering, in order to make then visible through the movement. Moving pixels bring a censorship to mind, they disturb the natural order of the space. They transgress their primal, covering function and in turn they become a tool for exposing what has been obscured before. Here, the action of masking becomes the action of unconcealing. Mass crimes have been hidden by nature and also in artificial structures, integrated into the landscape by a man. But the revival of both nature and life allows the crimes to be part of the trauma processing.