Verica "Vera" Kovacevska (1982, Skopje) is an artist and researcher that explores themes of urban design, architectural heritage, and immersive technology in her work. Most of her projects are participatory and performative, allowing the audience to experience the built environment in new ways.
Her work has been shown in numerous group exhibitions and festivals, including Bang Bang, Museum Tinguely (Basel); Miss Read Art Book Festival (Berlin); Manifesta 11 (Zurich); Other Possible Worlds, Casino Luxembourg (Luxembourg); 4th Moscow Biennale (Moscow); re.act.feminism; Museum of Contemporary Art (Roskilde); Video.it, Fondazione Merz (Turin); Belgrade: Nonplaces, Museum of Contemporary Art (Belgrade). Among her solo exhibitions were Two and a Half Rooms, National Gallery of Macedonia (Skopje) and Everday Art, Art of the Everyday, Museum of Contemporary Art (Skopje).
Kovacevska holds BA in Visual Arts with Theatre and Performance from the University of Plymouth (UK) and MPhil in Arts, Culture and Education from the University of Cambridge (UK). She is the recipient of numerous awards, grants and residencies, including the DENES Young Visual Artist Award in North Macedonia and the Werkstipendium of the City of Zurich.
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