Aleksandra Pešterac


Aleksandra Pešterac (Bečej, 1984) is an architect focused on scene architecture. She received her doctorate from the Faculty of Technical Sciences at the University of Novi Sad, where she is currently an assistant professor leading courses in the field of scene architecture. Within the Department of Arts and Design, she is the Scene Design Chair. She was the deputy to the Head of the department, and the director of the Centre for Scene Design, Architecture and Technology – Scen (OISTAT Centre Serbia) from 2015 to 2020. She is an author and a mentor, regularly taking an active role in exhibitions and workshops. In 2013, she received the ’Ranko Radović’ award for the project ’Invisible Cities’ in the category of television show, exhibition or multimedia presentation.  She represented Serbia at the Prague Quadrennial two times. In 2019 as the Project Director, and in 2015 when she managed the preparation and realization of Serbia’s performance which was awarded the Gold Medal for Provoking a Dialogue. She is a member of the OISTAT Architecture Commission, the Association of Novi Sad Architects (DaNS) and Serbian Chamber of Engineers.