Kvaka 22 | Anastasia Tasic | Metamorphosis
The works on display are reflections on metamorphosis, the process of transforming one’s own being, the process of coming out of the shell and turning into something else.
These are also reflections on courage, fear, and the body. In the end, these works deal with a body that is magical, demonic and witchy, strong, and furious.
A body free from fear and shame.
Anastasia Tasić graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts at the Department of Painting (BFA & MFA). After completing her master’s studies, she tried her hand in various fields of art, expanding her interdisciplinary portfolio to theatre work, music, and design. Since 2020, she has somewhat narrowed her practice and returned to drawing in various media.
KVAKA 22 is a group of young creatives who in the summer of 2015 started adapting abandoned public-owned building with intention to use it as a over needed space for creating and exhibiting art and other content. After 4 years of renovation (still ongoing) Kvaka22 is organising a versatile program witch spans from exhibitions and performances in the big gallery, to lectures, debates, film screenings and concerts on the first floor of the building.