Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss (born 1967), studied at the University of Belgrade and at the Graduate School of Design of Harvard University.
From 1998-2003 he worked together with Sabine von Fischer as the "normal group for architecture". Today he lives in New York City.
Selected projects: “Blur” (2. prize the 2G international competition of the Mies van der Rohe Foundation, Barcelona, 1998), “Collective” (competition entry for a secondary school in Liechtenstein, 2000), “Ricefield Origami” (project for low income housing in Japan, 2001), “Timewall” (stage design for 'Time Remaining', contemporary dance performance by Gina Gibney Dance Company New York, 2002), “Interactive Normalization” (solo exhibition at the Gallery of Science and Technology, Belgrade, 2002), “Rubber Bar” (bar, info, surveillance & mediatheque built for the Swiss Institute, New York, 2003), “City Gallery Belgrade” (awarded competition entry, Belgrade 2003), “School of Missing Studies” (experimental education project, Rotterdam, Zurich, Munich, Belgrade & New York), participation in “Werkleitz Biennale“ (Leipzig, 2004), participation “Open Source Architecture“ (Graz, 2004).
He is currently working on “Stadium Culture“, design for an electronic youth centre in Novi Sad.