Snežana Golubović is an artist and a writer based in Germany.
Born in Belgrade 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, visited BITEF (Belgrade International Theatre Festival) and FEST (Film festival), studied Drama, wrote about music and film, spent her summers in Dubrovnik and made her own radio and TV programs.
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.
From 2004 to 2007 she was a member of the Independent Performance Group (I.P.G.), which was founded and led by Marina Abramović.
Since 2013 she has been a co-founder and member of the performance art trio TRaG (Trojan, Reiser and Golubović).
Her works have been shown internationally at, among others:
NMAC Foundation / Cadiz, Van Gogh Museum / Amsterdam, Avignon Theatre Festival, Venice Biennale, Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium / Brussels as well as at numerous exhibitions and performance art festivals in Europe, Asia, North and South America.
Snežana Golubović is Professor for Performative cultural education at the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences.