Kiosk – Platform for contemporary art is non-governmental, non-profit organization working in the fields of arts and culture. It was founded in Belgrade in 2002 by Ana Adamovic and Milica Pekic. In 2008 Dorijan Kolundzija, artist, joined Kiosk team.
Kiosk facilitates and supports cooperation between artists and cultural operators from all fields of contemporary art. It believes innovative artistic activities foster openness and provides better understanding of the social and political difficulties underlying modern society. With this aim in mind, Kiosk creates exhibitions, publications and research projects that generate understanding about social problems, the theory and practice of contemporary art, and the role of art in mainstream culture. Since 2002, Kiosk has collaborated with artists, cultural operators and the general public to create large-scale participatory projects and new networks that foster dialogue between ethnic and national divides.
Kiosk is a co-founder of the Association of the Independent Cultural Scene of Serbia and the regional platform for culture Kooperativa.
Ana Adamović (Belgrade, 1974) is dealing with issues of identity and memory, both personal and collective by working on the long-term photography and video projects. Since 1999 her work was exhibited on numerous solo and group exhibitions in Serbia and abroad. She graduated at the department for the World Literature at the Belgrade University and studied photography at the Art Institute of Boston. She is a founder of Kiosk platfrom for contemporary art.
Milica Pekić, art historian and curator from Belgrade. Graduated at the department The History of Art, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. Co founder of Kiosk platform for contemporary art, and since 2002 till present actively engaged in creating and developing curatorial and art projects. O3one gallery curator from 2004 till 2007. As curator she participated in numerous projects on local, regional and international level. She fulfilled program “European diploma in cultural project management” and received USA government grant for “International visitors leadership program”. Her essays are published in numerous magazines, publications and catalogues.
In 2000 he graduated from the Academy of Applied Arts in Belgrade, department of applied graphics. In 2004 graduated from Peck School of the Arts, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Masters of Fine Arts, Design, Art and Technology. He was art director of Belgrade Summer Festival (BELEF) 2008/2009. In 2009 he was creative director of new media for Opening ceremony Universiade in Belgrade. From 2009-2011 he was National curator of Serbian exhibition on Prague Quadrennial. Currently teaches Digital Arts and New Media at Singidunum University in Belgrade, Faculty of Media and Communications, and runs "Gallery 12" new media solutions studio in Belgrade. Since 2007 member of Kiosk platform for contemporary art creative team. Creative director of Mikser Festival, in Belgrade. In May 2012, he founded G12 HUB, New Media Gallery. Participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Serbia and internationally.
In 2009 he graduated from the University of Winchester, faculty of Arts U.K. with a PhD in Theatre. In 2004 he graduated from University of Warwick, faculty of Drama U.K. with a Masters Theatre, Education and Cultural studies. In 1989 he graduated from Bretton Hall, UK with a B.A. in Dramaturgy and Acting. Currently is visiting lecturer at Central School of Speech and Drama, London, University of Winchester and University of Fine Arts, Belgrade. He has worked through the U.K. Europe and internationally as a theatre maker, performer and art consultant. He is a working theatre, performance and film actor and is founder and director of the English Language Theatre School in Belgrade. He was director of the Scottish Government Arts and Health strategy: ArtFul (Scotland) from 2005 to 2007 and Theatre selector of the BELEF festival 2009 (Belgrade). He has published a number of articles on the subjects of theatre, community theatre and development.