Ivana Sehic is a performance artist, architect and educator working in live art and film. Her investigation tools include body, text and artefacts, with the underlying themes of the self, the other and the collective. Recent works include a 6 meters tall and 30 objects strong collective performative piece Andor (2020) and a sculptural piece Judith (2020). Artistic collaborations such as One Day (2015), a short film with director Mototake Makishima are internationally shown and awarded. Her continuous artistic education involves work with sculptor Ernesto Neto, painter Catherine Goodman, performers Vania Rovisco and Vera Mantero, puppeteer Robin Guiver, theatre makers Nuno M Cardoso and Simon Godwin. As a lecturer at the University of East London, she runs 'Creation of Space through Movement' module where she investigates performance based knowledge production and learning, increasingly focusing on liveness and screen culture. She is a doctoral student at the Colégio das Artes, University of Coimbra, Portugal, where she explores transformative potential of artistic practices within mourning practices.