Milica Stojšić

Milica Stojšić

Milica Stojšić (Paraćin, 1984) is an architect and a lighting designer. Her primary interest is visual language of light and its relation to scene design. She holds a Master of Architecture degree from the Faculty of Technical Sciences in Novi Sad (2009) and a Master of Arts in the field of stage lighting design at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad (2014). Her work includes several architectural design competition projects, including the one shortlisted at the national competition for the Venice Architecture Biennale in 2008. Besides the work in the field of architecture, her short films BLANK and Perfect have been screened at several international film festivals. In addition to video, she is using the medium of photography to investigate the construction of visual image and the role of light in it. She was a member of student section of Serbia at Prague Quadrennial 2015 that was awarded the Gold Medal PQ 2015 for Provoking a Dialogue. Her interests include politics of perception and neuroaesthetics, while her video artworks IM-PERFECT (2016) and in-somnis (2018) were screened during Brain Awareness Week in Belgrade. She is the author of lighting design for several concerts and theatre plays, amongs which is theatre play Krvave svadbe (2018). She was a member of a creative team working on scene design of several events realized in cooperation with Foundation Novi Sad 2021, such as Доček 2018 and 2019, opening and closure event of Kaleidoskop kulture 2018, Korzo 2019 symphonic orchestra concert, as well as Swiss Style Now exhibition design. Photography is also one of her interests and her works have been a part of several collective exhibitions.