Nika Erjavec (1994, Ljubljana) works in the field of research intermedia art, theater, photography, and design. In 2017 she graduated from the Department of Unique Design at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana, where she is currently completing her master’s degree in the Department of Sculpture. In recent years, he has been researching the perceptibility of vibration and sound, from its materiality to the hyper-objectivity of environmental changes at the level of the acoustic landscape and beyond. For a series of installations (in)VISIBLE and hybrid art research, she received the Prešeren Award ALUO in 2019 and was nominated for the University Prešeren Award. In the last year, she has presented solo intermedia exhibitions at the BS Mala galerija and the Alkatraz Gallery. During her years of study, she has actively participated in local and international exhibitions. As a set designer, prop designer, and photographer (Bronze Medal of the Serbian Photographic Association 2017) she occasionally works in the theater (SNG Ljubljana, MG Ptuj, MGL, SNG Maribor). At the same time, she is gaining knowledge at various workshops at home and abroad, and prepares and leads workshops on the topic of cultural accessibility, sensory and material potentials, and contemporary environmental and social contexts.