Born 1983 in Zemun, Belgrade/Serbia.
Marko Miletić is a cultural worker, and a member of the Kontekst collective. He is a student at the Department of Art History of the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Belgrade. From 2007 to 2010, he worked on the Kontekst gallery project; Since 2011 he has been part of the editorial board of the Lice Ulice magazine. In his work, he addresses the formation of space for critical and political action in the field of contemporary art and culture by discussing questions of cultural politics and production as well as researching links between cultural production and urbanism.
His recent projects include among others: Encounters – Future of European Integrations, Political Economy and Culture: Left Critical Perspectives, a three-day conference, 25 – 29. September, 2012, Belgrade/Serbia; The importance of the student protests in the 1930ies in Yugoslavia, audio-visual installation in public space, upcoming, October 2012, Urbanfestival, Zagreb/Croatia; Kontekst, struggle for autonomous space, 2011 – ongoing; From Creative Work to Creative City, a two-day seminar in the frame of 52nd October Salon, November 2011.
Vida Knezevic and Marko Miletic participate in the exchange program between Akademie Schloss Solitude and the New Media Center_kuda.org in Novi Sad/Serbia.