Photo: Anastasija Kojić


Anastasija Kojić (RS)

Time and Space

Pace of life varies in a regular fashion with the size of the local population, regardless of the cultural setting The truth is, cities move fast. Living in a city is frequently associated with tension, worry and loneliness, but we can lessen these effects by spending more time in nature. That is why many people recommend spending a minimum of 15 minutes a day in nature to unwind, recharge, and refocus in the fast-paced city. Based on everything that has been said about connecting with nature, does this count?


Mentor: Jasna Hribernik (SI)
University of Nova Gorica School of Arts (SI)

Anastasija Kojić (RS)

Anastasija Kojic has bachelor of arts degree in applied arts, specializing in photography and is now a student pursuing a master of arts at UNG School of Arts. She ventures with the master of arts into the realm of contemporary art, specifically installations. Over the past few years, her work has revolved around activism and feminism, aiming to challenge societal norms and spark meaningful discussions.