It combines architecture and new media. She works digitally, virtually and in physical space, and examines their correlations. Studying.
Artist Ksenija Tajsić is interested in the relation of analog, digital, physical, and virtual; the space between technology, art, architecture, and science. Her works deal with filtering architectural discipline through different mediums and interdisciplinary examinations of the capacity of new media in space. Therefore, the artist describes her work as structuring an entity that is a hybrid vision of an architectural sculpture, referring to evolutionary processes taken from nature, driven by technology, and placed in physical space (it operates in a zone between art and science, and serves as a tool for clarification of hierarchy between art and architecture, and their cohesion with technology and nature). The work aims to dematerialize and decontextualize elements in functional spaces and give them new purpose and meaning, reshaping their existence from architectural elements to artistic objects. It leans on the principles of metabolism, responsiveness, adaptation, superorganisms, interactions, softness and fluidity, and operates through hands-on and virtual modeling and explorations of materiality.
A shared desire for change; gathering, communication, interaction, collaboration.
Planned; I follow the sketches and stick to the initial idea. Still, I enjoy when work seduces me and takes me somewhere else, when something unexpected comes up.
The challenge for me is to find a scope and classify my work.
I am between architecture and art.
I have. I work then, mostly digitally, because it seems to me that this world leaves more potential for escape and speculation.
Burn and be passionate. Innovation is born from there.
I don't have an exact plan, I am driven by desires and short-term goals. At the moment, I like the environment in which I am, because I study a lot, so I would like it to stay that way for a while.
School, environment and people who inspire me.
We are ready for more.
It can certainly affect personal shaping and change, but I don't know how much and in what way, because it's part of me.