Anisotropy ”is a project through which artist Sandra Lakicevic reviews the perception of light and visual dynamics in the viewer, with the aim to exclude the cultural and social aspect that pre-constructs our perception. Through a series of works, she wants to make the perception based on the primary statement of form, without thinking about the line itself and the forms.
Throughout her project, the author also explores materials, using different types of paper, which she points out to be artifacts. From Chinese rice to heavy watercolor papers, the artist examines, through the realization of the project, the changes that are taking place in relation to the material and fibers from which these papers are made. In this way the form is built, but also its deconstruction.
Sandra Lakicevic was born in 1990 in Kraljevo. She completed her basic and master’s academic studies at the painting department at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade. She continued her education at the LUCA School of Arts in Brussels where she completed her second master’s degree in visual arts. Since 2012 he has been actively exhibiting in the country and abroad. She has organized three solo exhibitions: 2019. The measure of change, Ravenstein Gallery 17-19, BXL Makers, Brussels, Belgium2017. Documents, Majdanpek Cultural Center Gallery, Majdanpek, Serbia2017. Documents, Lobby of the Cultural Center Pancevo, Pancevo, Serbia
He lives and works in Louvain, Belgium.