Ljiljana Tasić (1978) is a performer and choreographer of contemporary dance and performance on the independent performing arts scene in Belgrade, Serbia. She finished bachelor programme in architecture at the Faculty of Architecture in Belgrade and studied contemporary dance and performance through various workshops and educational programs: Enparts Campus (Stockholm, 2011), Lab For New dance (Belgrade 2009), Fast Forward Dance / Video Laboratory (Belgrade-Stockholm, 2009), Resonance Project (Belgrade-Poznan, 2008/2009), IFA Academy (Polverigi, 2007), Fostering Creativity (Belgrade 2006/2007).
As a performer and/or choreographer she has worked with artists such as Jana Menger, Play (2005), Katsura Kan, Ples u šumi (2006), Irena Ristić, Saga (2006), Ivo Dimchev, Enjoy July (2007) and Dalija Aćin, Overdone and Gone (2008), Andjelka Nikolić, Pravila ponašanja u modernom društvu (2008), Milena Bogavac, Muškarčine (2012).
In 2007 she created dance performance Promised Land within the program Fostering Creativity, for the promotion of new authors on the contemporary dance scene in Belgrade. Since 2008 she works with interdisciplinary artist Dušan Broćić: Singleangle (2009), Hot Lollipop (2010), Bottleneck (2011) and
I Sing The Body Electric (2012) with Aneta Stojnić.
She is a member of the Station Service for Contemporary Dance, Belgrade and self education group Antijargon of the Deschooling Classroom project (o^o), which is exploring the concepts/terms pertaining to the world of contemporary artistic, theoretical, cultural and educational practices.