Vesna Vesić (1975) graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade. She is multmedia artists, deals with first-person video, drawing in material (fabric, wool), sculpture as an intervention in space and reaction to the current situation in the architectural-archaeological-historical context. Crossing autobiographical, historical, intimate and social stories, she experiments with textures and materials, contemplating old and new artistic languages and maintaining an engaged attitude towards civilization and historical consciousness, togetherness and emotional-affective connections on which communities rest.
Active from study days, she strat she start with independ exibiting in the gallery of the Student Cultural Center, dealing with reflections on the process of artistic creation and aesthetics of the gallery white space as a social ambience. She has participated in numerous exhibitions in the country and abroad (Ljubljana, Vienna, Warsaw, Poznan, Venice, Trieste, Rome, Amsterdam, Tallinn).
Her video performance "Wash me and I will be whiter than snow" was exhibited at the 48th Venice Biennale, in the international selection of curator Harald Zeman (dApertutto exhibition, 1999). She has been a member of ULUS in the status of an independent artist since 2001.