Marina Abramović Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Abramovic, who considers herself the grandma of performance art, was created in Belgrade, Serbia on November 30, 1946. Busy for over three decades, Abramovic’s performances are feature for investigating the bounds of human anatomy as well as the power of your brain. In one of her actions, she even lit herself on fire in a big oil-drenched star. After cutting her finger nails, toe nails, and hair and throwing them all to the fire, she made herself to the star. She passed out due to insufficient oxygen and needed to be removed with a health team when she became inert to the fires approaching her. During the 1970s she performed in some performances called Beat show. During these performances she submitted herself into a sequence of transitions and pain sessions. In any of these performances she’d the crowd determine what she’d do using the things that she’d brought on stage. In 1976, she moved to Amsterdam where she acquired a common action together with the West German performer UweLaysiepen. On November 2005, she starred in a number of performances called: “Seven Easy Pieces” in Nyc. Marina continues to be honored using numerous awards and prizes such as the New York Dance and Performances award and earned recognition for the best show from the International Association of Critics in 2003. The University of Plymouth UK given her an Honorary Doctorate of Arts in September 2009.
Her favorite film is Sergei Parajanov's The Color of Pomegranates (1969).
 They are investigating my brain and finding out about brain function. They are going through the data now and, in November, we will have a huge symposium on the results. I have a brain that functions completely differently from other people's brains. I produce some kind of shooting energy. It's not just some hocus-pocus. It's scientifically proven.