Marina Abramovic

Performance Rituals and Other Artistic Pieces

Before delving into the strange and depraved world of Spirit Cooking, it is worth revisiting some of Marina Abramovic’s most memorable performances.
It was suggested in the previous article about Marina’s background that she is a high-ranking dark priestess. It was also presumed that a lot of her performances are in fact live dark rituals designed to harvest energy from an unsuspecting audience. The reader should decide as we explore some of her most controversial performances.

Marina Abramovic: the sponsors and the funding

Marina Abramamovic is certainly an interesting character full of controversy. One of such controversies revolves around her ‘Marina Abramovic Institute’. Apparently Marina, or her team, were posting volunteer jobs on the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA). While the work offered was part-time and unpaid, the abilities required to fill each position demands a certain level of qualifications and computer skills beyond what should be expected for any type of unpaid work. Some of the positions offered were:v

Who is Marina Abramovic?

Marina was born in Serbia in 1946. And for the first six years of her life, lived with her very religious grandmother. According to Marina’s claims, her grandmother belonged to the Orthodox Church and had a liking for ditching out punishments in the form of whipping. There were also, according to Marina, other rituals that included ‘drawing blood’.

When her brother Velimir was born, they moved back with their parents.