Marina Rajšić

series of 7 photographs, 2021.

The pixel resembles a human being ‒ they are both individuals, invisible in mass. By approaching one unit, we notice its peculiarities. However, looking from a distance, the pixel is not visible. By accumulating pixels, similar to the human population, we can recognize its significance and visibility. The pixel, like a human individual, creates significant changes only in the community, whether it is in the picture or in the world.

Marina Rajšić is an artist and designer of visual communications. She holds a master’s degree in Visual Communications and Graphic Design from the Academy of Applied Arts, University of Rijeka (2019). In 2018, she published the art book Umjetno(st) lijepo(g). She was awarded the Rector’s Award of the University of Rijeka for her artistic work. In her conceptual, new media works, she explores mainly the relationship between an individual and population, problematizing modern social norms.