I was born in 1992 in Užice, Serbia. In 2011 I graduated from Highschool of Fine Arts, department for ceramic sculptures and pottery; my mentor was Sofija Bunardžić. Same year I went to International Tourism Fair in Brussels as representative of International Symposium of Ceramics Art „Zlakusa“. I attended this symposium every year during highshool, so my exhibiting experience began even before graduation, in 2009, but at the end I decided to study painting, so I graduated from Academy of Arts in Novi Sad. During the studies I took parts in projects „Panonian Art path“ 2014 (in Serbia and Croatia), „ReciklArt“ 2015 (workshop with kids with specal needs), International Symposium of Ceramic Art „Zlakusa“ in 2012 and 2015. I took part in about twenty group exibitions and I also had six solo exibitions.
My paintings are both traditional and postdigital. The first aspect of my work reveals development of the way one piece becomes what it is at the end. I choose to keep some layers and gestures from the starting form of the painting, and I reconfigure others. This method makes visible the journey from backwards to the last point. It also looks like solution in one moment but it’s importance fades in another one. Unfinished opportunities make some kind of tension and/or exhaustion. I find this to be method for saving traces and trails from the starting point, and it make sense in context of simultaneously happening all together - the first and the last impression of this structure.