Dragan Saric is a sociologist-turned-photographer born in Yugoslavia. Merging the two disciplines in his work, Dragan tells stories trough sociological theorems that visually lie between genres of street, fine art and documentary photography. He is interested in places where past turmoil has sedimented in the fabric of everyday space — aiming to unearth social conflicts or strifes, which conceptually lie beneath the surface of the banal — reflecting on themes of alienation, liminality, identity and (be)longing. Dragan has lived and worked in Utrecht and Taipei and is currently based between Soest and Almere, the Netherlands.