June 25th - 30th, 2007
There is something beautiful in the awareness that music can be an inseparable part of some biographies. Snežana Golubović admits that the stories of her life are within certain chosen records, are told in someone’s songs and follow one another in the rhythm of music…..before they happen to her. Top 40 is an autobiographical confession about forty years of growing up and maturing with the rock music and culture. Where years of childhood and youth in Belgrade have a special place. And every good biography is also a story about others.
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 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 radio and TV programs.
In 1992, she moved to Germany where she has worked independently as an actress/performer in professional productions directed by renown such as Alexander Brill, Dirk Hauser, Angie Hiesl, Saskia Boddeke, and Peter Greenaway.
Since 2004, she has been a member of the Independent Performance Group (I.P.G), which has been founded and lead by Marina Abramović.
Her most recent work – installation-performance “LOVE STEPS” was shown for the first time in the frame of the I.P.G. Project “Erotic Body” this June at the Biennale di Venezia.