Vesna Vrdoljak is a self-educated collage artist who fuses analogue pictures from books, newspaper, and numerous other mediums and publications to create her works. Living and working in Amsterdam, Vesna portrays her compositions as, ‘basic and a la mode‘. Working exclusively utilizing magazines, old photographs and bits of paper, specifically National Geographic from the sixties. Vesna makes simple arrangements utilizing conventional cut and glue strategies. Using her senses and instincts, as well as visual tastes and inspiration converging on paper, letting the random nature of her work surround her and inspiration, nothing in her pieces is ever preplanned.
Propelled by electronic music, striking pictures by different specialists, and film sets, Vesna searches for thoughts in a wide range of media. She likewise refers to imaginative and autonomous magazines, style originators, designs in nature and space and galleries of cutting edge workmanship as having an effect on her work. Living in Amsterdam should likewise, in light of the fact that she portrays city life as a consistent wellspring of new ideas and topics. Her degree in European Film Esthetics gives her a unique view on mixed media work and cross-genre uses of film work on digital media. She says,
“I’m continually searching for stylish connections between apparently inconsequential subjects. I search for shading mixes and realistic adjust in all things. What I truly like is taking a subject out of its setting to make a crisp one.”
Not long from now Vesna will be dealing with material prints and T-shirt plans for a Dutch garments brand, and on an accumulation of unique prints for New York-based Habotai Magazine.