A Self Portrait Project:
Innerself is a personal project by the Serbian artist Marina Blaškovic. This self portrait series provides the viewer a look into the “exploration of self.”
The sense of motion in the images exudes this feeling of erratic emotion. The subtle stillness that has been captured within the anxious movements of the subject delivers a chilling calmness. Anxiety and tension paired with melancholy pull you in opposite directions.
Is this unsettling serenity? Is this tranquil madness? Or, is it both?
Who is Marina Blaškovic?
Marina Blašković (Novi Sad, 1992) is a graduate of applied photography and had her specialization at The Higher Education Technical School of Professional Studies in Novi Sad, department of illustration. She has taken part in many exhibitions in Novi Sad and Serbia. “Refoto” magazine has shortlisted her for their “Auto-portrait” award at the Artget gallery at the Cultural center of Belgrade two years in a row. She has also participated in the festival of illustrations at the “BookIll” fest that was organized by the Banat cultural center and the Novi Sad fair where she was praised for her illustrations of Walt Whitman’s book “Blades of grass”. She lives and works in Novi Sad.
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