MARGARETA JELIC is independent artist and art theoretician born in 1967 in Belgrade, Serbia. Since 1991 she has been exhibiting at numerous solo and group exhibitions in Serbia and internationally in Hungary, Austria, France, Great Britain, United States and Canada. Her works are part of some private collections and museums in Serbia (Museum of City of Belgrade, Gallery Nadezda Petrovic, Cacak, Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina, Vujicic Collection etc). She engages in animation as an art medium since 2000. Animated films: Martha And Her Friends (2000), Unfulfilled Dreams (2003), Four Stories About Us (2007), four channel animation Good day, Mr. Noah (2009), Presence and/or Absence (2010), The Island of Shadows (2012) and animated video game Martha's Cupcakes (2014).
Book: Margareta Jelic, Fragmentirani pogled (Fragmented Gaze), Nolit, Belgrade, 2010
She graduated at the Faculty of Applied Arts in Belgrade, the Department of Painting. Margareta obtained her MA and second PhD at the Department of Multimedia Art, the University of Arts in Belgrade. She completed her first PhD thesis at the Department of Art and Media Theory, the University of Arts in Belgrade.
She has Global Talent Visa since 2020 and she lives and works in Brighton and Belgrade.