Dutch-Croatian photographer Sanja Marušić intentionally manipulates the colors of her often unusual compositions to the point of disharmony. The effect can be disorienting, leading the viewer to question both their own eyes and the artist’s intentions. While Sanja is open about her use of Photoshop, she’s careful about keeping her images grounded in reality, not wanting them to feel “too computer-ish.” Sanja has exhibited her work in Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, and beyond, and she has created work for Apple Music, Sony, i-D, Vice, Air France, Redken, and the Opéra national de Paris.
“I experiment a lot with colors; I choose them intuitively. I like it when the colors are in perfect harmony, and that’s a feeling I can’t explain.”