Born in 1966. My professions are sculpture and psychotherapy. I studied sculpture at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade, in the class of Professor Mrđan Bajić, receiving my MA in 2007. I studied psychology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade and Gestalt psychotherapy with Professor Lidija Pecotić. I’m currently a PhD student of sculpture at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade and a master student of clinical psychology at the Faculty of Philosophy in Belgrade. My works have been exhibited at solo and group shows in Serbia and abroad. I’m the author of the research-artistic project Iside art that combines the experiences of artistic and psychotherapeutic work. My works explore the subjects of identity and sensibility, especially love, passion and death. I am exploring possibilities to communicate with myself and others through visual art in a direct way the words cannot describe. I live and work in Belgrade.
Gordana Belić about her work
My works are made as the expression of my need to round the whole consisting of parts, where the process of putting together, mending and repairing is clearly visible. Each individual work starts with thinking about a specific life problem I deal with at the moment. The decision of form, choice of material, technique, colour...all are led by my need to explain my condition and emotions to myself, to hint at a solution. The object made that way has characteristics of both art and magical object, expressing in the language of visual art something I can’t say in another way. The work was induced by the long period of the feeling of standstill, deadness and stagnation after the sudden death of my mother.