Višnja Vujović (1985, Raška) is an architect and set designer. She graduated from the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade in 2009.
Her main interest is the conception of space in performing arts and its relation to set design and new media. She has attended several workshops dealing with these topics, including the Jan Pappelbaum’s workshop, but also led several workshops for children and youth.
Her career as a set designer has been developing in Serbia, North Macedonia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. She worked on William Shakespeare’s Othello (2019) in Bosnian National Theatre Zenica, Fernando Pessoa inspired Fragments of Disquiet (2019) in the National Theater Belgrade, Seagull by A. P. Chekhov (2018) in Macedonian National Theater in Skopje, Biljana Srbljanović’s Belgrade Trilogy (2017) in Kino Kultura in Skopje, Rosmersholm by Henrik Ibsen (2016) in Belgrade Drama Theater, The Tempest by William Shakespeare (2015) in the Regional Theater Novi Pazar, After the Play (2014) in Belgrade Youth Center.
Within Eho animato, Višnja worked on: