Working as a visual designer, on one occasion I was called by the client of the illustration, and asked if the background color could be graorasto (grayish brownish). I did know the term, but I wasn’t sure what color it was. That day I posted a story on my instagram profile asking what color it was. This story post was my first digital ready-made. Interactive ready-made, because I got answers from people I was connected to through that network. The answers had such a spectrum of similarities, differences and wit that it had a literal and metaphorical meaning – like: “that color is like a mouse gray; brown like beans, grayish brown; pigeon blue, but resembles gray; grayish as unripe beans; sandy grayish; as partridge; slightly chestnut, but that it is pastel gray; the most common brown; my grandfather had a rooster, he was grayish brownish, he even called him Graor, so it’s colorful, it’s grayish-white, but it’s a little brownish-reddish. 

Sanja Solunac

Sanja Solunac was born in 1987 in Kragujevac, Serbia. She finished high school for design, at the department for textile design in 2006. She graduated in 2010 at the School of Applied Arts of the Faculty of Philology and Arts in University of Kragujevac. In 2011 she graduated her master studies, at the same department. Sanja is a Scholarship recipient of the Fund for Young Talents of Republic of Serbia and a member of ULUPUDS (The Association of Applied Arts Artists and Designers of Serbia). Currently she is a doctoral student at the University of Arts in Belgrade, in Digital Art and also works as an independent artist and visual designer.