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[G]RAND MASTER – Performance by Branko Milisković

Duration: 7 hours

28th May 2017, 15:00-22:00

Roermond, The Netherlands

Curators: Edwin Becker and Laura Adams


is 7 hours long performance by Branko Miliskovic. This concept was specially designated for Cuypers-kiosk pavilion (1880) in Roermond.

Cuypers, an extraordinary person, was experimenting with historical styles in particular with Gothic. He restored many churches, such as the Munsterkerk, but also designed Central Station and Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.

Branko Miliskovic, like Cuypers, is inspired by the notion of ‘’Gesamtkunstwerk’’ where all art disciplines are united as a whole.

Miliskovic also studied architecture and (through the studies of sculpture) he became a performance artist.

The performance by Branko Miliskovic is not a historical description of Cuypers life but rather an internal monologue of an artist himself. The performance is dominated by intense body presence and an expressive symbolical narrative.

Kiosk Munsterplein

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Open: Sun 28 May 2017 15.00 – 22.00.

Entrance free



OPEN CALL for SUMMER PROGRAM, Belgrade, Serbia

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PerformanceHUB is an education platform founded by internationally renowned, Belgrade born performance artist Marta Jovanović and Serbian curator Milica Pekić whose work and research focus on the history of performance art in former Yugoslavia. One week summer school will consist of theoretical as well as practical part. Theoretical part, lead by Milica Pekić and curator Stevan Vuković will focuse on the history of performance art in former Yugoslavia, the ways in which the scene was formed, on the main actors, artists such as Marina Abramović, Raša Todosijević, art historian and curator Ješa Denegri and others. Students will study why performance art thrived in the region in the ’60 and the ’70, and will be looking into the individual artists, their influence on the international art scene and their legacy. Practical part of the program, lead by the contemporary artists Branko Milisković and Marta Jovanović will prepare students for their individual performances that will take place at the end of the program.

June 2017 summer program

Sunday June 25 – Arrival of students to Belgrade

Monday June 26
10am – 11pm – Meet and greet, introduction with Marta Jovanović and Milica Pekić
11am – 2pm – Workshop with Branko Milisković
1pm to 2pm – Lunch offered at the premisses
2pm to 5pm – Lecture by Milica Pekić on history of performance art in former Yugoslavia
Rest of the evening free

Tuesday, June 27
10am – 1pm – Workshop with Marta Jovanović
1pm to 2pm – Lunch offered at the premisses
2pm to 5pm – Lecture by the curator Stevan Vuković on history of performance art in former Yugoslavia
Rest of the evening free

Wednesday, June 28
10am – 1pm – Workshop with Branko Milisković at the Rehearsal Space of PerformanceHUB
1pm to 2pm – Lunch offered at the premises
3pm to 6pm – Artist talk with one of the historical figures of the 70’s performance art scene

Thursday, June 29
10am – 1pm – Workshop with Marta Jovanović and preparations for ad hoc performances
1pm to 2pm – Lunch offered at the premisses
2pm to 5pm – Guided visit to the historical venues like Student Cultural Center and Museum of history of Yugoslavia
Rest of the evening free

Friday, June 30
10am – 1pm – Workshop with Branko Miliskovic
1pm to 2pm – Lunch offered at the premisses
4pm – 7pm – Guided visit to the Center galleries and cultural centers, independent spaces and exhibitions in Belgrade

Saturday, July 1
10am to noon Yoga, stretching and relaxation with Sara Kostić
Noon – 5pm – Preparations for ad hoc performances with Marta Jovanović and one on one Q&A and individual help with the performances with Marta Jovanović
6pm – Light dinner at the premisses
7pm on – Student Performances

Sunday, July 2 – Students leave Belgrade

All activities take place at the Rehearsal Space of PerformanceHUB.

TUTION of the program is EUR 800.
Tuition INCLUDES lunch each day, guided tours and museum tickets.
Tuition DOES NOT include hotel and stay in Belgrade, travel costs and other meals. We remain available to assist you with any information you might need.

Letter of Intent
Bio and portfolio for artists (maximum 5 works with short description) / Bio and CV with list of publications for researchers and curators
Please send your application as ONE SINGLE PDF FILE with your last name and first name in the file name
Maximum number of students is 12. Scholarships and discounts are not available for the summer programs. Tuitions will be fully donated to the program for its further development.
May 19 – Application deadline
May 30 – Final list of candidates will be announced
June 10 – Full payment of EUR 800 due
Applications received after the application deadline will not be considered and late payments will not be tolerated.
Please send your application to production@g12hub.com