Installation opening
Photo: Tanja Kanazir / Drugo more (Flickr gallery)

The spatial installation Print Screen by Rijeka artist Marina Rajšić opens at the Filodrammatica Gallery (Korzo 28/1, Rijeka) on Thursday, April 1, 2021. Due to current epidemiological measures, the opening will take place without any official protocol and presentation: you can visit the exhibition that day from 6 to 8 p.m.
Admission is free. 


Exhibition opening, video report by the local internet portal Moja Rijeka (author: Damir Jevtić)

John Berger’s book Ways of Seeing begins with these words: “Seeing come before words. The child looks and recognizes before it can speak. … It is seeing which establishes our place in the surrounding world; we explain that world with words, but words can never undo the fact that we are surrounded by it.” People are passionate about finding their place in the world. That is why the importance of what we see is extremely great, because it determines us, places us in society, in the world. It determines the horizon of our expectations, it determines our mood which is a reflection of our attitude towards the expectations we create. 

But we don’t create those expectations ourselves, society creates the roles we audition for, sets standards of values and beliefs, physical appearance, work habits, intellectual abilities, forms of consumption, and more. Of course, images are not just instruments of this process; words, rhythms, melodies, smells and tastes play a role, and they take place in the family, school, among peers, neighbors, fellow citizens.

Marina Rajšić - Print Screen

Today, machines and algorithms – that serve us information in the form of images, sounds and words via large and small computers – play an increasingly important role in this process. We are constantly and daily looking at computer and cell phone screens. These images are organized around our individual interests, here we are at the center of the world we create ourselves.


With Print Screen, Marina Rajšić uses the physical space of the gallery to create a simulation of virtual/cyber space. The author spreads and stratifies the computer desktop to point out the characteristics of the networked public that is an important factor in determining its place in the world. It’s content is widely available and present, but in this particular combination it becomes unique and intense so that it emotionally, intellectually and physically affects the visitor of the exhibition, but also the author of the work as a member of today’s generation.

Video documentation of the exhibition (Marina Rajšić & Marko Mrvoš)

In accordance with the currently valid and recommended measures for the prevention of coronavirus infection, the gallery can have a maximum of 9 visitors at a time. Visitors are urged to have enhanced personal hygiene, to maintain physical distance and to wear protective face masks properly. The arrival of the elderly or those suffering from chronic diseases is not recommended.





Marina Rajšić (1995, Rijeka) 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 in Rijeka in 2019. Since 2014, she has been exhibiting collectively and independently. In December 2018, she published an art book entitled “Umjetno(st) lijepo(g)” accompanied by a solo exhibition of the same name. She was awarded the Rector's Award of the University of Rijeka for independent artistic work. Sofar she collaborated with the City of Labin (2021), the cultural and artistic organization Labin Art Express XXI (2019, 2021) and the Student Cultural Center in Rijeka. She exhibited within the main or accompanying programs of the MMSU Rijeka (2017, 2020), the Kortil Rijeka Gallery (2021), the National Museum of Labin and the Labin City Gallery (2016, 2017, 2018, 2019). 2021), SC Zagreb Gallery (2018, 2019), MMC Umag City Gallery (2019), Decumanus Krk Gallery (2018). In her works, she deals with the topics of the relationship between the individual and the population, questioning herself as the individual within the population of the 21st century. In this context, she also explores contemporary social norms, moving in the direction of conceptual, new media art, and lately incorporating elements of marketing into her works.
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