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Tomanić, Ilija T.
Mladenov Kojić, Sanja
Fajfar Ivančič, Monika
León, Dermis P.
Kal, T. D.
Ana Peraica, Ph.D is a photographer and photography theorist. She is leading her family photo studio Atelier Perajica (founded in 1934) at Peristil in Split, Croatia. She regularly contributes to magazines such as: Afterimage, Leonardo, Eyemazing, Photo Technique, Refoto, Fotografija, Springerin and Pavilion. She is an adjunct professor at RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology).
The article addresses the photographic portrait and its (in)ability to communicate identity. The author outlines the transformation of the photographic studio portraiture from the early practice of identity construction to contemporary, semi-automatic reproduction of faces for official documents.
Infertile Grounds of Sandra Vitaljić in context of other photographs of killing grounds.
The essay goes deep into the analysis of female photography, taking as the case study photographs of historical battlefields and scaffolds, belonging to the man made world, as recorded by Sandra Vitaljić in her series Infertile grounds.