Iza Pavlina (1991) concluded postgraduate studies of Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Ljubljana in 2017, having received an award for special achievements there in 2015. In her work, she most often discusses issues that are in some way related to sexuality, pornography and sexual paraphilias. She often creates fictional identities, entering the virtual space with them in order to explore the phenomena of social anomalies, power relations and the question of how to establish communication with a certain target group of online users through the manipulation of one’s own image. In doing so, she uses different media, such as drawings, video, photography, installation art and performance art. She has been featured in the solo exhibitions Talk to Strangers (Račka Gallery of Erotic Art, Celje, 2014), Isabelle Peacocks (Gallery of Contemporary Art Celje, 2016), Pravilo 34 (Aksioma Project Space, Ljubljana, 2017) and Rule 34 (Drugo More, Rijeka, 2018). Her works have been featured in various group exhibitions, such as To ni ljubezenska pesem (Miklova Hiša Gallery, Ribnica, 2014), Festival Fotopub (Simulaker Gallery, Novo Mesto, 2015), Mediterranea 17: Young Artists Biennial (Fabbrica del Vapore, Milano, 2015), Od skupnosti do raja (Gallery of Contemporary Art Celje, 2017), “Hej, me v redu slišiš?” (UGM Studio, Maribor, 2018) and 9. trienale sodobne umetnosti U3: Živo in mrtvo (Museum of Modern Art, Ljubljana, 2019).