Anna Dasović studied photography. Although her installations and videos retain an element of formal precision, she now works in a broadly interdisciplinary manner. Her methodology involves archival and bibliographic research, fieldwork and interviews. Her works question the rhetorical structures that make genocidal violence visible, and those deployed to obscure the politically inconvenient aspects of such conflicts. Central to her work is an exploration into the figure of the bystander. She is a member of Collection Collective, Template for a Future Model of Representation, which explores the present-day crisis of collection-based institutions of contemporary art. She has exhibited in Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam), Van Abbemuseum (Eindhoven), Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart, the Bergen Assembly (Norway), the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (Algiers) and in many other venues.