My artistic practice is so far based and developed mostly through drawing, painting and graphics. This recent work is a series conducted between the fields of installations, objects and sculptures. In this case, I am transcending the two-dimensional form of objects and tapestries into three-dimensional form through a great devotion to the drawing practice, and continuing my further development on abstract contents, shapes and colours.

I am intrigued by the possibility of a line becoming physically tangible. By using materials such as wool and wood, I am introducing their new symbolic potential as one more conceptual element. With this kind of approach, I am interested in reflecting various states, feelings, vibrations, natural occurrences and phenomena through which we are being reflected.

Name, occupation / What you do for a living? / What you do creatively?

My real name is Emilija Radojičić, but I also use the pseudonym EmaEmaEma. I am a visual artist, constantly working on various creative projects in different techniques.


Where do you live at the moment / Where do you call home / Where do you dream to live?

Home is where it feels warm and cozy. It could be a secluded beach, hillside with a beautiful forest or a busy city. I am always drawn to warm places near the sea and I have a thing for islands… I’m in Belgrade at the moment, but not for long.


What is it that interests you about art?

Endless possibilities!


What are you working on at the moment / How long have you been working on this project?

I was preparing this exhibition for a year or so. Now I’m so excited to commit myself to new creative projects and bring to life my latest ideas. I won’t say more, and will share about it soon! Can’t wait!


What is your inspiration behind this series?

It has been my vision for a longer period to move my work more into the 3D space. I am always inspired by natural occurrences and phenomena and how the etheric realms bring different information into our everyday “conscious” life – and vice versa.


Who inspires you?

Constantin Brâncuși, Yayoi Kusama, Ruth Asawa, Ettore Sottsass, Ray Eames, Sheila Hicks… And, of course, my everyday inspiration Mario Kolarić.


Whose Instagram is your favorite at the moment?

Louise Despont, Beth OladipoAlphachanneling … Ah, I could name 100 more, people tend to have lovely Instagram profiles these days…

Photography by Nemanja Knežević and Pavle Kaplanec


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