Performing theoretical-artistic activism :::::::

Ana Vujanović (Berlin/Hamburg—Belgrade) is a freelance cultural worker—researcher, writer, lecturer, dramaturge, curator—in the fields of contemporary performing arts and culture.
Holds Ph.D. in Theatre Studies from the Faculty of Dramatic Arts, Belgrade.
She is a cofounder and a member of the editorial collective of TkH [Walking Theory], the Belgrade-based theoretical-artistic platform, and chief editor of TkH journal for performing arts theory. Her particular commitment has been to empower the independent scenes in Belgrade and former Yugoslavia (Druga scena, Clubture regija, and others). She has lectured and given workshops at various universities and independent educational programs throughout Europe. She engages in artworks in the fields of performance, theatre, dance, and video/film, as dramaturge, co-author, performer and artistic collaborator. She publishes regularly in journals and collections (TkH, Maska, Frakcija, Teatron, Performance Research, TDR and others) and is author of four books, most recently Public Sphere by Performance with Bojana Cvejić (Berlin: b_books, 2012). She is currently international visiting professor at the Dpt. for Human Movement/Performance Studies, University of Hamburg.
In recent years her research interest has been focused on the intersections between performance and politics in neoliberal capitalist societies.