She obtained her MFA degree in Visual arts from Columbia University in 2007. She is an Assistant Professor of Art at Vanderbilt University where she teaches photography and digital media. Her projects explore photographic archives through technological and material aspects of photographic media. In an era of constant image production, her practice points to the inevitable obsolescence of the photographic medium. She has exhibited widely, including solo shows at the Phillips Collection in Washington DC, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville, Museum of History of Yugoslavia in Belgrade, Centro de la Memoria Haroldo Conti, in Buenos Aires, and the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento. Her work was featured in group shows at the Untitled, 12th Istanbul Biennial, Paço das Artes in São Paulo, Brazil, Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago, Bucharest Biennale 5, Romania, Le Quartier Center for Contemporary Art in Quimper, France, NGBK in Berlin, Germany, Museum of Contemporary Art in Belgrade, Serbia, Photographers' Gallery in London, Kettle's Yard in Cambridge, UK, and FRAC Center for Contemporary Art in Dunkerque, France.
First woman to enroll the Cinematography studies at the Faculty of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade, Serbia.
I find inspiration browsing through historical archives and depositories of obsolete photographic equipment.
Main theme in my work is the evolving relationship between memory in contemporary culture and the technologies of photographic image production. In addition, I challenge traditional modes of photographic representation. The goal is to explore the photographic image beyond its frame, traditional format, and the narrative.