Natalija Paunić is a contemporary art curator and writer from Belgrade, Serbia. She got her Fine Art degree from Goldsmiths, University of London in 2017, after a master's degree (MArch) in architecture from the University of Belgrade in 2015. She works as a director at Eugster || Belgrade gallery in Belgrade and she also runs a nomadic project space called Voždovačka Galerija, which operates in response to the architecture of different spaces. Natalija is interested in non-canonical approaches to writing, curating and architecture, as well as how critical thinking, art and theory affect our personal lives.
With her curatorial group Voždovačka Galerija, as well as independently and through collaboration with Eugster || Belgrade, she supports and develops projects that are concerned with ecology, luxury, waste, capitalism, accelerationism, feminism and love.
She collaborated with organisations such as British Council, documenta 14, Goethe Institute in Belgrade, LUX Moving Image foundation, Visegrad Fund, Q21 in MuseumsQuartier Vienna, Enclave Projects in London, European Architecture Students Assembly (EASA) in Denmark, Public School for Architecture Brussels, ICA in London (as part of ICA Young), among others.