Maja Djordjević (1990, Serbia) lives and works in Belgrade, Serbia, and London, UK. Djordjević is known for her digitally-native aesthetic sensibility and her innate ease within the realms of computer-generated visual syntax and digital manipulation. From the very beginning, Djordjević’s work has directly engaged with the legacies of deskilling, net art, and feminist figuration. She has completed her BA and MA studies in painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Arts in Belgrade. She has participated in various solo and group exhibitions abroad, including: We Used to Gather, Library Street Collective, Detroit, USA (2020); Deal Again?, Balkan Projects, Los Angeles, USA (2019); Look at This, Skip Gallery, Arts Building, London, UK (2019); Nothing to Wear, Selfridges Department Store, London (2019), Post Digital Pop, The Garage, Amsterdam, the Netherlands (2019); Malmö Sessions, Carl Kostyál Gallery, Malmo, Sweden (2019); and the 57th Biennial exhibition October Art Salon, Belgrade. Her work has been featured on Juxtapoz, Abstract, Time Out London, and many other art publications. She has received two awards for painting: the Ristai Beta Vukanović prize and an award from the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade.