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Mirjana Mitrović combines artistic practices and academic research, focusing on the influence of new technologies, especially Internet and smartphones, the everyday life of women and feminist activism as well as geographical, corporal and mental borders and the crossing of these. She works between Berlin and Mexico City. Currently, she is teaching and doing a PhD about the flâneuse and the digitalization of the urban space at Berlin University of the Arts.

For contact details please visit her webpresence at Universität der Künste Berlin

Selected Work

Hybrid worlds: flanerie between analog and digital realities in urban spaces. (working title)
academic research
mexico & germany, since 2019

Third Space Walk. Flâneuses* between virtual and material urban spaces.
multimedia project
mexico & germany, 2022

photography installation
mexico, 2019

Enlaces | Links
multimedia project
mexico & germany, 2016-2019

Internet es nuestra. The current discourses of cyberfeminist movements in Mexico-City.
academic research
mexico & germany, 2018

stop motion essay short film
germany, 2017

The limits of the fall and other red lines
photography exhibition & art book
europe, 2014 & 2021


re:publica, Berlin, Germany (collective exhibition)
Mz* Baltazar’s Laboratory, Vienna, Austria
Galerie im Medienhaus der UdK, Berlin, Germany (collective exhibition)

Galerie des August Bebel Instituts, Berlin, Germany

Projekt- und Hörgalerie A und V, Leipzig, Germany
40 Feria Internacional del Libro de Oaxaca, Mexico (collective exhibition)
Atelier Automatique, Bochum, Germany
Museo Casa de la Memoria Indómita, Mexico City, Mexico
Bezirk, Guadalajara, Mexico

Atelierhaus im Anscharpark, Kiel, Germany

Galerie bauchhund salonlabor, Berlin, Germany
Atelier Farbfieber e.V., Düsseldorf, Germany
Bezirk, Guadalajara, Mexico
Centro Cultural Alemán, Monterrey, Mexico

Museo Casa de la Memoria Indómita, Mexico City, Mexico
FMP1, Berlin, Germany (collective exhibition)


“4S 2022. Reunion, recuperation, reconfiguration: Knowledges and technosciences for living together.” Society for Social Studies of Science (4S)/ESOCITE, Cholula, Mexico
“Urban Spaces And Landscapes“ (II) Universität Wien, Vienna, Austria
“Shocks, Turmoils, and Transformations: Symposium Feminist Geographies“ AK Feministische Geographie, Berlin, Germany
“EASST 2022. Politics of Technoscientific Futures“ European association for the study of science and technology (EASST), Feria de Madrid, Madrid, Spain

“Geomedia 2021. Off the Grid“ Universität Siegen, Siegen, Germany
“IPCC 2021. Collaborations“ Istanbul Bilgi University, Istanbul, Turkey
“Conocimiento, poder y transformación digital en América Latina“ Arbeitsgemeinschaft Deutsche Lateinamerikaforschung (ADLAF), Munich, Germany
“4S 2021. Good Relations” Society for Social Studies of Science (4S), Toronto, Canada
“Urban Spaces And Landscapes” (I) Universität Wien, Vienna, Austria

“Plataforma de Diálogo: Nuevos discursos de odio y sus contradiscursos en América Latina” Sede Regional Merian CALAS Cono Sur, Buenos Aires, Argentina

“4S 2018. TRANSnational STS” Society for Social Studies of Science (4S), Sydney, Australia
“LASA 2018. Latin American Studies in a globalized World” Latin American Studies Association (LASA), Barcelona, Spain

“Congreso Internacional Perspectivas de los jóvenes frente a las crisis. Identidad, violencia, desigualdad social y medio ambiente”, Universidad de Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Mexico

“XXIV Coloquio Internacional de Estudios de Género. Ciencia, Tecnología y Género” Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico City

“Nachwuchstagung: Aktuelle Entwicklungen in Lateinamerika” Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Akademie der Diözese Rottenburg-Stuttgart, Weingarten, Germany

Book chapters, art books and articles (selection)

Suárez, M., & Mitrović, M. (forthcoming 2023). “Digital Violence as Affective Disciplining after Feminist Protests. The Case of #NotLikeThatLadies.” In: J.-P. Voß, N. Rigamonti, M. Suárez, & J. Wat- son (Eds.), Sensing Collectives. Aesthetic and Political Practices Intertwined. Bielefeld: transcript.

Mitrović, M. (2021). “Los límites de las caídas y otras lineas rojas. Die Grenzen des Falls und andere rote Linien.” Guadalajara (Mexiko): Navegante Arte Múltiple. Online:

Mitrović, M. (2020): “Mexiko: Feministische Proteste in Zeiten der Pandemie.” In: Heinrich Böll Stiftung. Online:

Mitrović, M. (2020): “Europäischer Mauerfall.” In: Forum Wissenschaft, 4/2020.

Mitrović, M. (2019): “Mexikos geheime Massengräber.” In: Neues Deutschland, 08.08.2019.

Mitrović, M. (2018): “Contra la violencia en línea y por una #InternetFeminista.” In: Heinrich Böll Stiftung México. Online:

Mitrović, M. (2018): “Kein Vergeben, kein Vergessen.” In: Neues Deutschland, 05.10.2018.

Mitrović, M. (2017): “La cyborg, la Malinche y las (e)stereotipas.” In: Heinrich Böll Stiftung México. Online:

Mitrović, M. (2017): “La Esperanza de que la binaridad de género se difumine en Internet.” In: Pillku, pp. 123-125.

Mitrović, M. (2016): “Von Lateinamerika lernen. ‘Der Staat in Lateinamerika. Kolonialität, Gewalt, Transformation’ bringt lateinamerikanische Staatstheorien in den deutschen Wissenschaftsdiskurs.” In: Lateinamerika Nachrichten, Nr. 499.