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Snežana Golubović was born in the year The Rolling Stones rocked the world with ‘I Can’t Get No Satisfaction’. She grew up with the Belgrade Alternative Scene (BAS) heard Ekatarina Velika, read Ivo Andrić and Danilo Kiš, studied Drama, wrote about music and film, spent her summers in Dubrovnik and made her own radio and TV programs.
Hair and Makeup, for Snežana’s RAPID PULSE performance, by Mark Bazant
In 1992, she moved to Germany where she has worked independently as an actress / performer in professional productions directed by renowns such as Alexander Brill, Dirk Hauser, Angie Hiesl, Saskia Boddeke and Peter Greenaway. She was an assistant to Marina Abramovic and a member of the Independent Performance Group (I.P.G.), which was founded and led by Abramovic. Her works have been shown internationally at, amongst others: NMAC Foundation, Cadiz (2004), Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (2005) Avignon Theatre Festival (2005) Venice Biennale (2007) OPEN International Performance Art Festival, Bejing (2008 & 2009) and Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Brussels (2011).
“I LOVE YOU” durational performance I say: I LOVE YOU
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