Nataša Kokić's work is based on the observation of the position of an individual in the context of contemporary society, passed through the prism of natural coincidence - a concept that originated in philosophy as opposed to determinism. The concept of natural randomness extends to date from ancient philosophy of Democritus and Epicurus and talks about changes on a fundamental level, in which atoms and molecules exist. All phenomena are derived from uniform and meaningless movements and interactions of atoms in empty space. The individual in modern society is an example of such a propagation of influence, where he acts in harmony with the environment, and yet again his behaviour affects the environment itself. As the relationship between determinism and free will, Kokić asks questions about how we actually control our own lives, how our private history affects the present and how society affects our perception of what is important. Exhibitions include: Probability distribution, Cultural centre of Novi Sad, Serbia, 2017; 15 years of Dimitrije Bašićevic Mangelos Award, Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade, Serbia, 2016; Behind every man now alive stand thirty ghosts, U10 Art space, Belgrade, Serbia, 2015; Constellations, Serbian Cultural Centre, Paris, France, 2015; I’m so full of rocks I can hardly move, Remont gallery, Belgrade, Serbia, 2014; Vladimir Velickovic Award, Gallery Haos, Belgrade, Serbia, 2014; Dimitrije Basicevic Mangelos Award, Remont gallery, Belgrade, Serbia, 2014; Nothing Comes From Isolation, Tegneforbundet, Oslo, Norway, 2013; NordArt, Budelsdorf, Germany, 2012; Supermarket, Stockholm Art Fair, Sweden, 2012;Plazma, hosted by Hilger Contemporary, Vienna, Austria, 2008; 47th October salon – Life, art and confusion, curators Rene Block and Barbara Heinrich, Belgrade, Serbia, 2006.