Sanja was born and raised in the former Yugoslavia. Her love for creating digital, abstract stories comes from a need to elevate and restate what is considered “normality” in today’s society.
She takes photographs which are then used as a basis for new narratives through their application as layers and patterns.
Sanja’s move to Brighton made her feel free among people she hadn’t yet met. By developing a lot of love for her new home town she found ways to create worlds of imaginary joys, where curiosity has wings and lust for life is seen as a virtue.
Her work is being widely embraced internationally, and during 2019 she has shown in exhibitions in Rome, Chicago and – of course – Brighton!
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