Born 1987 in Belgrade/Serbia.
Ksenija Đurović is a cultural worker. She holds a BA in Art Management and Production from the University of Arts in Belgrade/Serbia.
Since 2011 she has been working as an organizer and administrator at STATION Service for contemporary dance in Belgrade, where she coordinates longterm EU projects. During BITEF (Belgrade International Theater Festival) in Belgrade she was responsible for the coordination of proposed artists and their presentations in the frame of the side program. She also produced independent productions by choreographers Dragana Bulut, Igor Koruga, Ana Dubljević and Marko Milić. In 2014 she was engaged as independent producer at the exhibition Invisible Violence in the Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade, working in close collaboration with the exhibition curators from Serbia, Spain and Ireland. She has also collaborated with the research group for art and theory Walking Theory, Belgrade on theatre performances by Bojan Djordjev and experimental film festival REZ.
Ksenija Đurović is a fellow within the exchange program between Akademie Schloss Solitude and STATION Service for contemporary dance, Belgrade.