CV/CONTACTS

1990 BFA University of Arts in Belgrade
2002 Founder and member of the group Spomenik

Residencies
2011 Residencies for International Scholars, Stanford Humanities Center / Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, Stanford University, USA
2006 International DAAD Artist-in-Berlin Programme, Berlin, Germany;
2004 International programme Artist-in-Residence, ArtPace, San Antonio, Texas, USA.

Awards:
2008 AICA, (International Association of Art Critics), for the installation Mathemes of Re-association, Grupa Spomenik, presented within October salon in Belgrade, Serbia;
2001 Young Artist Award of the Ursula Blickle and Blickle Foundation, Germany;
2000 October Salon Award Portrait of my Mother, presented within 41st October salon in Belgrade, Serbia;
1998 Award for Video-installation by Second international video conference, Video Medeja, Novi Sad
1997 Award International Jury Second Annual Exhibition Center for Contemporary Art Belgrade

Individual Exhibitions
2010 Milica Tomic, Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade, Serbia
2010 Safety on the Road, Charim Gallery, Vienna, Austria
2007 Politics of Memory, Stacion – Center for Contemporary Art, Prishtina, Kosovo
2007 Reading Capital, Gallery FAFA, Helsinki, Finland
2006 Alone / Reading Capital, Artspace, Sydney, Australia
2005 Reading Capital, Charim Galerie, Wien, Austria
2005 Milica Tomic, Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide, Australia
2005 Reading Capital, Galerie Fortlaan 17, Gent, Belgium
2004 Reading Capital, ArtPace, San Antonio, USA
2003 Yugoslavia, Charim Galerie, Wien, Österreich, Austria
2003 national pavilion, 50th Venice Biennale,”Dreams and Conflicts – the Viewer’s Dictatiorship”, Serbia and Montenegro pavilion, Venice, Italy
2002 xy-ungelöst – the reconstruction of the crime, Bild Museet, Umea, Sweden
2001 Dossier, Charim Galerie, Wien, Austria
2001 Foundation Project, (with Roza El-Hassan) SKUC Galerija, Ljubljana, Slovenia
2001 Milica Tomić , Camera Austria, Graz, Austria
2000 Milica Tomić, CharimKlocker, Vienna, Ausrtia
2000 Milica Tomić, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria
2000 Milica Tomić , Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem, Arnhem, Holland
1999/2000 Milica Tomić, Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck, Austria
1999 Milica Tomić, Galerija Kulturnog Centra Beograd, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
1998 3 Penny Exhibition: Installations from Yugoslavia, Ukraine and Russia, (with Savadov/Senchenko, Kiev and AES group, Moscow) Mason Gross Gallery, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA
1997 xy-ungelöst – the reconstruction of the crime, Galerija Dom Omladine, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
1994 Blow-up, Galerija Fakulteta likovnih umetnosti, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
1993 No hope, no fear, Galerija Studentskog Kulturnog Centra, Belgarde, Yugoslavia

Group Exhibitions

2010 TRUST, Center for Art and Creativity, Dortmund, Germany.

2010 Transitland, Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA), Moscow, Russia

2010, Manufacturing Today | Trondheim bi-annual,  KULTURBUNKER DORA, Trondheim, Sweden

2010 GENDER CHECK, Femininity and Masculinity in Eastern European, National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, Poland

2010 Transitland, Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA), Moscow, Russia
2010 GENDER CHECK, Femininity and Masculinity in Eastern European, National Gallery of Art, Warsaw, Poland
2010 MyWar, Edith Russ Site for Media Art, Oldenburg, Germany
2010 MyWar, FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), Liverpool, GB
2010 LECTURE PERFORMANCE, Museum of Contemporary Art Belgrade, Serbia
2009 PERFORMANCE III – Politik, soziale Fragen und Intercultural Studies”, Fotogalerie Vienna, Austria
2009/2010 HISTORY, MEMORY AND IDENTITY – Contemporary Photography from Eastern Europe, Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Modena, Ex Ospedale Sant’Agostino, Italy
2009 GENDER CHECK – Femininity and Masculinity in Eastern European, MUMOK, Museum Moderner Kunst, Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna, Austria
2009 Cella – Strutture di emarginazione e disciplinamento, Complesso Monumentale di San Michele a Ripa, Roma, Italy 2009 Agents & Provocateurs, Institute of Contemporary Art, Dunaújváros,H
2009 cargo / cargo manifest / cargo vision, AUTOCENTER, Berlin, G
2009 Who Killed the Painting?, Neues Museum Weserburg, Bremen, G
2009 Corpus. Arte In Azione, MADRE Museum in cooperation with Napoli Teatro Festival Italia, Naples, Italy
2009 NA OKRĄGŁO: 1989-2009 / ROUND AND ROUND AGAIN: 1989-2009 Centennial Hall, Wrocław, Poland
2009 On Normality: Art in Serbia, MMKK (Museum of Modern Art Kaertnen), Klagenfurt, Austria
2009 On Normality: Art in Serbia – The Katzen Arts Center at American University, Washington, DC, USA
2009 Scènes Centrales, Frontiers Invisibles, Tri Postal, Lille, France
2009 Blind Spots, Akademie der bildenden Kuenste Wien, Vienna, Austria
2008-2009 Who Killed the Painting?, Neues Museum, Nurnberg, Germany
2008 Difference, what Difference (special exhibition) Art Forum, Berlin, Germany
2008 Transformations of History and Parallel Histories, 6. International Biennial of Contemporary Art in Gyumri, Esthetic Centre, Gyumri, Armenia (Hedwig Sachsenhuber/Georg Scholhammer)
2008 Why here is always somewhere else?, The art collection of Erste Bank Group, Badischer Kunstverein, the Baden Art Association, Karlsruhe, Germany
2008 Restaging the Past / Dialogue Baltic-Balkans, MCA – Museum of Contemporary Art, a department of the National Museum in Szczecin, Poland
2008 49th October Salon, “Artist-citizen Contextual artistic practice”, Belgrade,Serbia
2008 Re-naming Machine, with the Monument Group, P.A.R.S.I.T.E., Ljubljana, Slovenia
2007 Ottobre. Uscita, Desiderio e Memoria, Galleria Artra, Milan, Italy
2007 Memory Transformation, Politics of the Image, 24th Nadezda Petrovic Memorial, Cacak, Serbia
2007 The Enforced Dress, Kunstraum Noe, Niederoesterreiche Museum Betriebsges, Vienna, Austria
2007 Gestures of infinity, Minoriten Kultur, Minoriten Galerien, Graz, Austria
2007 New Economy, Artists Space, New York, USA
2007 Monument of Transformation, Prague Biennale 3, Prague, Czech Republic
2007 Global Feminisms, Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, New York, USA
2006 FREE, Galleri Susanne Ottesen, Copenhagen, Denmark
2006 Crossing Frontiers – Looking for an Artistic Identity in Eastern Europe, Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art – Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
2006 Paranoia, Freud Museum, London, UK
2006 Art, Life and Confusion, 47th October salon, Belgrade, Serbia
2006 Art and subconscious, New Moment Ideas Gallery, Belgrade, Serbia
2006 Paranoia, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, England
2006 Verstehst Du Das? – Neue-Medien-Kunst aus Südost-Europa, Ausstellungshalle zeitgenössische Kunst Münster, Münster, Germany
2006 Arteast Collection
2000+23, Moderna Galerija – Ljubljana, Slovenia
2006 Die künstlerische Identitätssuche im östlichen Europa, KOG – Kunstforum Ostdeutsche Galerie, Regensburg, Germany
2006 Playback_Simulated Realities, Edith-Ruß-Haus für Medienkunst, Oldenburg, Germany 2006 Paranoia, Leeds City Art Gallery, Leeds,UK
2006 Zones of Contact, 15th Biennale of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
2006 Kontakt – … aus der Sammlung der Erste Bank-Gruppe, MUMOK, Museum Moderner Kunst, Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna, Austria
2005 On Difference #2, Württembergischer Kunstverein, Stuttgart, Germany
2005. Reading Capital and Container, Kunstraum Lakeside, Lakeside Park, Klagenfurt, Austria 2005 History Started Playing With my Life, the Kosovo Art Gallery, Pristina, Kosovo
2005 On Normality: Art in Serbia 1989 – 2001, Museum of Contemporary Arts, Belgrade, Serbia & Montenegro
2005 Nach Rokytník, the EVN Collection, MUMOK, Museum Moderner Kunst, Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna, Austria
2005 RE-ACT, Kunsthallen Nikolaj – Copenhagen Contemporary Art Center, Copenhagen, Denmark
2005 Police, Landesgalerie am Oberösterreichischen Landesmuseum, Linz, Austria.
2005 Populism, Contemporary Art Centre, Vilnius, Lithuania
2005 Populism, National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo, Norway
2005 Populism, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
2005 Populism, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany
2005 Populism, Dragana Mirkovic, performance, Frankfurter Kunstverein, Frankfurt, Germany 2005 Westend 05 Know Your Rights, open /public space exhibition Schaubühne Lindenfels, Leipzig, Germany
2004 Cosmopolis. 1 Microcosmos x Macrocosmos, The First Balkan Biennale, Thessaloniki Biennale of Contemporary Art, State Museum of Contemporary Art (SMCA) in Thessaloniki, Greece
2004 A New Past, Marronier art Center, Seoul, Korea
2004 Who is Singing Over There?, National gallery of B&H, SCCA 4th annual exhibition, Sarajevo, B & H
2004 Virtual Frame by 3, Kunsthalle Wien, Karlsplatzt Vienna, Austria
2004 IDTroubles – Shake, Halle fuer Kunst Lueneburg, Lueneburg, Germany
2004 Belgrade Art Inc., Momente des Umbruchs, Wiener Seccession, Vienna, Austria
2003 Unbalanced Allocation Of Space, GfZK- Galerie fur Zeitgenussische Kunst, Leipzig, Germany
2003 International Cetinje Biennial V, „Love it or Leave it“, Cetinje, Serbia and Montenegro 2003 Continental Breakfast, 45th October Salon, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro
2003 FAVORITES+, Galerie Fortlaan 17, Gent, Belgium
2003 Poetic Justice, 8th International Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul, Turkey
2003 Handlungsanweisung, permanent installation in public space, Kunsthalle Wien, Austria
2003 M_ARS, Art and War, Neue Galerie Graz am Landesmuseum Joanneum, Graz, Austria 2003 Serious Play / Metaphorical Gesture, Österreichsiches Kulturforum New York, New York, USA
2003 Independence, South London Gallery, London, UK
2003 Favorites, Galerie Krinzinger, Vienna, Austria
2003 In den Schluchten des Balkan, Kunsthalle Fridericianum, Kassel, Germany
2002 Entities in the 21st Century, ZKM – Museum fur Neue Kunst & Medienmuseum, Karlsruhe, Germany
2002 2001+ ARTEAST COLLECTION, ZKM – Museum fur Neue Kunst & Medienmuseum, Karlsruhe, Germany
2002 Multiple Choices, ZKM – Museum fur Neue Kunst & Medienmuseum, Karlsruhe, Germany
2002 Belief, South London Gallery, London, UK
2002 Searching for Balkania, Neue Galerie Graz am Landesmuseum Joanneum, Graz, Austria 2002 Favorites, Steirischer Herbst, Galerie & Edition Artelier, Graz, Austria
2002 Private, Charim Galerie, Vienna, Austria
2001 Mons Veneris: Female Geographies, Österreichsiches Kulturforum, London, UK
2001 Arteast Collection
2000+1, Moderna Galerija – Ljubljana, Slovenia
2001 Geschichte(n), Salzburger Kunstverein, Salzburg, Austria
2001 Video-Zone: The 1st International Video-Art Biennial, initiated by the Center for Contemporary Art (CCA), Tel Aviv, Israel
2001 Double life, Generali Foundation, Vienna, Austria
2001 Vertigo, Stiftung Ursula Blickle, Kraichtal, Germany
2001 Milano Europa 2000, Palazzo Della Triennale, Milano, Italy
2001 Du bist die welt, Künstlerhaus Wien, Wiener Festwochen, Vienna, Austria
2001 49th Biennale di Venezia, Plateau of Humankind, Venice, Italy /As a part of the Facade Project realized for the Wiener Secession/ with Roza El-Hassan and Branimir Stojanovic under the name EXTRA-TERRITORIA
2001 ARS 01, Unfolding Perspectives, KIASMA – Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, Finland
2000 After the Wall – Art and culture in post-Communist Europe, Hamburger Bahnhof, Museum fur Gegenwart, Berlin, Germany
2000 Cooperativ – Kunstdialoge Ost-West, Stadthaus Ulm, Ulm, Germany What, how and for whom, HDLU – Croatian Association of Artists, Zagreb, Croatia
2000 After the Wall – Art and culture in post-Communist Europe, Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art – Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
2000 SHOOT / moving pictures by artists, Malmö Konsthall, Malmo, Sweeden
2000 There is something you should know, Die EVN Sammlung, Belvedere, Osterreichische Galerie Belvedere, Vienna, Austria
2000 Erlauf erinnter sich, art in public space, Erlauf, NOE, Austria
2000 Inside/Outside, Zacheta Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
2000 Aspects/Positions. 50 Years of Art in Central Europe 1949 – 1999, Fundacio Joan Miro, Barcelona, Spain
2000 Aspects/Positions. 50 years of Art in Central Europe 1949 – 1999, Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary
1999 Aspects/Positions. 50 years of Art in Central Europe 1949 – 1999, MUMOK- Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien, Vienna, Austria
1999 After the Wall – Art and culture in post-Communist Europe, Moderna Museet Stockholm, Sweden.
1998 XXIV Biennial Sao Paulo, Roteiros, Roteiros, Roteiros…, Brazil
1998 39th October Salon, Museum of the Revolution, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
1997 Zones of Disturbance, Steirischer Herbst 97, Graz , Austria
1996 Du bon usage de l’emballage, Musée des Beaux-Arts, Verviers, Belgium
1996 Wall, 1994-1996, Cinema REX, Belgarde, Yugoslavia
1993 Private/Public, private house of Tomić family, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
1993 Private/Public, Happy Gallery, SKC, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
1993 Early Ninetines, Dvorac Petrovića, Podgorica, Yugoslavia
1993 Belgrade, De Marco European Art Foundation, Edinburgh, Scotland
1991 Bijenale Mladih, Galerija moderne umjetnosti, Rijeka, Yugoslavia

Presentations / Lectures
2009 Politics of Memory / (Re) Construction of a Crime, lecture, Archaeology Center, Stanford University, USA
2009 VOID Mathemes of Re-association, lecture and discussion Monument Group/Milica Tomic, Tanzquartier Vienna, Vienna, Austria
2009 That which we cannot remember tells us about that which we cannot forget, lecture and discussion, Ausstellungsdesign und kuratorische Praxis, Displayer, Hochschule für Gestaltung Karlsruhe (HfG – ZKM), Germany
2008 Re – naming Machine, lecture/performance with the Monument Group, exhibition, Ljubljana, Slovenia
2007 Artist Talk, presentation and discussion, Kunsthøgskolen i Bergen, Bergen National Academy of the Arts, Bergen, Norway 2007 Monument=Discussion, performance/lecture, the Monument Group (Jelena Radic, Milica Tomic, Branimir Stojanovic, Darinka Pop-Mitic, Svebor Midzic, Jelena Vesic), kuda.org, Black House 13, Novi Sad, Serbia
2007 Artist Talk, presentation within Global Feminism exhibition, Brooklyn Museum, New York, USA
2008 Milica Tomić, work selection, lecture and discussion, Kuvataideakatemia/ Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki, Finland, FAFA Gallery, Helsinki, Finland
2007 Artist Talk, presentation and discussion, DAAD Galerie, Berliner Künstlerprogramm, Berlin, Germany
2006 Artist Talk, Context Gallery, with Branimir Stojanovic, Belgrade, Serbia
2006 Milica Tomić, presentation of art work and discussion within seminar “Cultural Policies as Crises Management?”, Centre for Contemporary Art Stacion, Priština, Kosovo
2006 Art, Engagement and Education, round table Closing Plenary, moderator Jean-Pierre Rondas, European League of Institutes of the Arts, ELIA, Amsterdam, Holland
2006 Artist Talk, presentation snd discussion, “Zones of Contact”, Biennale of Sydney, Sydney, Australia
2005 Reading Capital, presentation and discussion, Kunstraum Lakeside, Klagenfurt, Austria
2005 Public Call for the Memorial to the Victims of the Wars in the Territory of the Former Yugoslavia, with the Monument Group, panell discussion, Cultural Center Rex, Belgrade, Serbia
2005 The Case of the Belgrade Monument, with the Monument Group, presented at the panel Overcoming the Past, organized by the Center for Contemporary Art, Sarajevo, Bosna and Hercegovina
2005 Artist Talk, prezentation and discussion, Cabare Voltaire, Zurich, Switzerland
2005 Third Way, lecture and discussion, F+F, Zurich, Switzerland
2005 Milica Tomić – Selected Works, lecture and discussion, “TENT”, Witte de With, Center for Contemporary Art, Rotterdam, Holland
2004 Artists’ Dialogue, panell discussion, Milica Tomić, Wangechi Mutu, and Anne Wallace, moderator Dan Cameron, ArtPace, San Antonio, Texas, USA
2004 Milica Tomić, presentation, ArtPace, San Antonio, Texas, USA
2004 Milica Tomić, performance-lecture, Studium Generale, Gent, Belgium
2004 Artist herself, presentation and discussion, Salzburger Kunstverein, Salzburg, Austria
2003 Milica Tomić, lecture and discussion, Casino Luxembourg, Luxemburg
2002 Milica Tomić, lecture and discussion, Kuvataideakatemia/ Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki, Finland
2002 Artists Presentation, Akademija likovnih umetnosti, Belgrade, Yugoslavia
2002 Milica Tomić, lecture and discussion, Collegium Helveticum, Zurich, Switzerland
2002 Milica Tomić, lecture and discussion, Galerija savremene umetnosti, Zrenjanin, Serbia
2002 Milica Tomić, lecture and discussion, Goldsmiths College London University Visual Culture Department, London, England 2002 Milica Tomić, lecture and discussion, Goldsmiths College London University, MA Course in Creative Curating, London, England
2002 The Belgrade Monument Case, Discussion about the Art Work, with the Monument Group. The first public discussions with the group Support to the Victims Group, Kuca Djure Jaksica, Belgrade, Serbia
2002 Foundation Project (with Roza El-Hassan), presentation and discusion, Kiswarsow, Budapest, Hungary
2001 Milica Tomić, presentation and discussion, Ludwig Museum, Budapest, Hungary
2001 Artist Statement, School for History and Theory of Images, Centar za Savremenu Umetnost (course in Politics and Strategies of Display), Belgrade, Yugoslavia
2001 Artist Talk, within exhibition Du bist die Welt, Künstlerhaus Wien, Wiener Festwochen, Vienna, Austria
2000 Artist Talk, within Individual exhibition, Kunsthalle Wien, Vienna, Austria
2000 Yugoslav Art in the ’70s/ Serbian Art in the ’90s, lecture and discussion, Akademie der bildenden Künst Wien, Vienna, Austria
2000 Artist Presentation, presentation and discussion, Akademie der bildenden Künst Wien, Vienna, Austria
1999 Discussion 1, Negative Present, symposium within Individual exhibition, Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck, Austria
1998 Art and Globalisation, lecture, presentation and discussion together with Branimir Stojanović, Akademija likovnih umetnosti, Belgade, Yugoslavia
1998 3 Penny Exhibition, round table, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA Contact

Workshops / Projects / Curated exhibitions:
2010 Unknown Society/Ignorant Schoolmaster, Helsinki Art Akademy
2009 Studio visits, Department of Art and Art History, Stanford University, USA
2009 Workshop – Displayer Within conception and production of magazine Displayer 3, the programme Exhihbition Design and Curatorial Practice in cooperation with the professorship for Architecture at the Karlsruhe University of Media Art and Design (HfG – ZKM), Karlsruhe, Germany
2008 Politics of Contemporary Art – Crtitic of concept Balkan in Contemporary Art Politics of Contemporary Art is educational/producational project which was created by Branimir Stojanović and Milica Tomić, and produced in a form of workshops, exhibitions and lectures in three parts, within program Center for Contemporary Art Stacion in Priština. Branimir Stojanović and Milica Tomić were running a second workshop under the title Crtitic of concept Balkan in Contemporary Art, which included serial of presentations, lectures and conceptual production of works. Workshop participants were young artists, curators and theorists from Slovenia, Kosovo, Croatia, Serbia and Macedonia
2007-2008 Unknown Society An educational art and communication project directed and developed by Milica Tomić in collaboration with Branimir Stojanović during the period of two years, within Kuvataideakatemia Helsinki (Finland), department Time and Space (Program for time and space arts – fine art media – including audiovisual arts, photography, moving image and site-specific arts). Project was produced in three parts as a serial of lectures, discussions, seminars, workshops, as well as production of interview archive about an art system, art projects and exhibition “Reading Capital”(video reading space), in collaboration with Kuvataideakatemia Helsinki (Finland), Trondheim Art Academy (Norway) and Center for Contemporary Art Stacion Prishtina (Kosovo).
2006/2007 Artist as a Curator – Politics and strategies of display as constitutional part of an artwork Educational project which was created by Milica Tomić and developed together with Branimir Stojanović within Kuvataideakatemia Helsinki (Finland), department Time and Space (Program for time and space arts – fine art media – including audiovisual arts photography, moving image and site-specific arts). Project was produced in a form of lectures, seminars, workshops and discussions. HSM How to Send a Message/How to produce a Contemporary Art Work – Step by Step Project based on a research/educational/didactic method and strategy of creation, production and exhibiting an art work in a field of contemporary art developed by Milica Tomić sience 2002 within leading international art and educational institutions
2005 How to Send a Message/How to produce a Contemporary Art Work – Was developed for postgraduate studies at the Piet Zwart Institute – for postgraduate studies and research – Willem de Kooning Academy Roterdam, Holland. Milica Tomić developed and guided the project within program Piet Zwart Institute as a serial of workshops, lectures and discussions. Project resulted with an exhibition, performance and public discussion at Het Wilde Weten, Rotterdam, Holland.
2004 Milica Tomić guided the Video and Film class and curated the final exhibition of students at the International Summer Academy of Fine Arts (Video and Film class) Salzburg, Austria. Project resulted with an exhibition and public discussion.
2003 Compiler//01/ DVD Magazine, “Was ist Kunst, Marinela Kozelj?” Presentation platform for contemporary art, initiated and developed by Milica Tomić in collaboration with Susann Wintsch, as a research project of the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Zürich in conjunction with Tweaklab AG, Tools for Media and Art, Basel. The substantial support was provided by the Commission for Technology and Innovation (KTI) of the Swiss federal Government.
2002 – 2004 How to Send a Message/How to produce a Contemporary Art Work – Step by Step.
Two year version of the project HSM, whose main course was to research and make transparent in all phases the process of production of the contemporary art work in a form of educational-didactic method and strategy. Under the guidance of Milica Tomić and following her original idea, thirty swedish, norwegian, icelandic, finnish, austrian and serbian young artists, students and architects who participated in this project, confronted with all the crucial problems of the emergence, developtment of an idea, production, articulation of a art work as well as defining politics and strategies of exhibiting. Project considered a series of workshops, lectures, discussions, excursions, as well as developing, designing and releasing publication, promotion in electronic and printed media, with the final result in a form of international exhibition How to End a Message within 45th October salon /Continental Breakfast in Belgrade. Twenty one artists participated in the exhibition and twenty new works were realized and exhibited in Belgrade on sixteen various exhibition sites, while every opening was accompanied with special guidance and discussion. HSM was funded by NIFCA (Nordic Institute For Contemporary Art), while the project was directed and developed by Milica Tomić along with Ljiljana Blagojević, architect and theorist of architecture, as well with architectural group Expeditio, including more other contributors and institutions: Kuvataideakatemia/Academy of Fine Arts Helsinki, Finland, Studentski kulturni Centar, Belgrade, Dom Omladine, Belgrade, Kulturni centar Beograd, Belgrade, Centar za Kulturnu Dekontaminaciju, Belgrade, Narodni Muzej, Belgrade, Fakultet Likovnih Umetnosti, Belgrade (class of Mrđan Bajić) ect.
2003 Workshop – Kuvataideakatemia/ Academy of Fine Arts Helsinki, Finland 2002 Workshop – Fakultet Likovnih Umetnosti Beograd, class of Mrđan Bajić, Belgrade, Serbia.
2001-2009 Discussion about an Art Work On-going project, which was founded by Milica Tomić in
2001 in terms of discussion site of contemporary art. DAAW requires public discussion presenting individual artist projects and works analyzing and interpreting production process, social and political background, politics and strategies of exhibiting etc. The aim of the project was to generate an informal community that would regularly meet and actively elaborate the current tendencies and the phenomena on the local art scene. An important issue was to question the difference between the institutional discourse in art and informal thinking, as well as how the social and political conditions reflect in the works and the regional contemporary art scene in general. Despite of the informal character of the sessions and ever changing number of the participants, the project succeeded in mobilizing a consistent group fully engaged in invention of a specific approach to the reflection on art practices. An interest concerning this type of discussions occurred as a need for immediate exchange of opinions within public scene of contemporary art.
2000 Workshop – Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien, class of Ewa Schlägel, Austria
1998. Overground, open/public space exhibition curated in collaboration with Branko Dimitrijevic, BELEF festival, Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Conferences 2009 Performance Studies International Conference # 15 Misperformance: Misfiring, Misfitting, Misreading, Centre for Drama Art, Zagreb, Croatia (with the Monument Group).

Conferences
2009 Performance Studies International Conference # 15 Misperformance: Misfiring, Misfitting, Misreading, Centre for Drama Art, Zagreb, Croatia (with the Monument Group)
2009 Form research: places and policies of production Tanzquartier Studios Open Lab Against the background of current (culture-) policy constellations, the question of forms of organisation in which research work and experimental production in the field of contemporary dance performance could be developed poses itself in multifarious ways. What new forms of political production could avant-garde practices take forward? The lab brings international theoreticians and artists together in order to present and discuss their work together.
2008 Mathemes of Re-association Conference were created and organized by members of the Monument Group (Damir Arsenijević, Darinka Pop-Mitić, Svebor Midzić, Branimir Stojanović, Milica Tomić), within 49th October salon. Aim of the conference was to present:contemporary criminological-forensic scientific community of the International Commission for Missing Persons (ICMP – Sarajevo/Tuzla/Lukavac) – the youngest generation of theorists of politics and culture of memory, testimony about the trauma and emancipatory policies (Tuzla / Sarajevo)
2008 Cultures of Memory and Emancipatory Politics, Re-visioning Past and Communality in the Post-Yugoslav Spaces International conference organized by Center for Research Art Civic Engagement The City, Tuzla, Bosna and Hercegovina Mathemes of Re-association, lecture and discussion, with the Monument group (Branimir Stojanović i Milica Tomić)
2008 Politics is Art Conference organized by RUK (Workers in the Culture), Muzej 25.maj, Belgrade, Serbia Milica Tomić – Keynote Speaker
2007 The Politics of Memory – Where the Genocide Was, Shall the Political Subject Be! The conference was created and organized by Branimir Stojanović, Milica Tomić, and CZKD (Center for Cultural Decontamination), Belgrade, Serbia. The goal of this conference was to question capacities of production of the monument as the only possibility to memorialize, and then within this discussion to contextualize the problem of the wars in the former Yugoslavia. The conference participants included over thirty artists, architectes, anthropologists, theorists and philosophers from Croatia, Bosnia, Kosovo and Serbia, as well as a member of the Commission for the appointment of squares, streets and monumets from the Assembly of the City of Belgrade.
2006 Art, Engagement and Education Gent, Belgium Milica Tomić – artist – Keynote Speaker European League of Institutes of the Arts, ELIA, representing approximately 350 Higher Arts Education Institutes training artists at a professional level coming from all disciplines in the Arts, Amsterdam, Holland.
2000-2003 European Conversation – Globalna kretanja vizuelne kulture Conference was created and organized by Irit Rogoff, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK Milica Tomić – artist – Keynote Speaker The project posits a series of questions concerning the global circulation of visual culture and its abilities to signify across national, cultural, historical and linguistic differences. Group of some 30 curators, arist and art institution leaders from all over Europe in the widest sense, meet in London twice a year for a continuing conversation in which different presentations might take place.
2001 The Role of the Arts in Processes of Social Change Art and Culture Network Program, Open Society Institute, Budapest, Hungary Milica Tomić – artist – Keynote Speaker.

e-mail: milica@milicatomic.com

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