Chosen in 2007 to represent Serbia in the 52nd Venice Biennale for the inauguration of its Pavilion as an independent country, Mrdjan Bajić is an artist for whom work and identity are bound to the history of his country. His responsibility as an artist testifies to his emotional attachment and intellectual engagement. His protean work; composed of drawings, collages, and sculptures, expresses research of forms in an unstable equilibrium, presented in a spatial position giving the impression that they are going to fall, that they are at the breaking point, at the limit of tilting, like hope in suspension. The artist draws in a universal language and thus he plays on a double aspect: comic on one side, tragic on the other. He does not hesitate to assemble two antithetical in which the size is not insignificant. They refer to the toys that children transform to their liking: any little car finds itself one day in the role of a war projectile. He addresses his personal experiences with the political, social, and cultural realities in researching this artistic truth. These works offer an allegory and a metaphysical vision of the objects and of the world thanks to numerous related references to the historical context.