The current exhibition is inspired by philosopher Giulio "Delminio" Camillo's 16th-century vision of a memory theatre. Through symbols like flowers and water, Djordjevic explores the ephemeral nature of beauty. What makes her exhibition even more intriguing is that her paintings are crafted as objects, akin to blown-up picture frames, enabling the viewer to almost step into the scene. Djordjevic's works are introspective reflections of her own personal experiences and those of her friends, imbued with a sense of tenderness that elicits empathy and introspection from the audience. Her exhibition serves as a meditation on the universal human experience, encouraging viewers to embrace their own vulnerability and recognise the fragile moments that make up the tapestry of life.