Igor Dobricic, born in Serbia, lives in Berlin. He completed his undergraduate studies in Theatre, Film, Radio, Television and Dramaturgy at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Belgrade and attended a Master of Theatre at the DasArts in Amsterdam. From 1995 to 1999 he worked as a dramaturge at the Belgrade International Theatre festival (BITEF). In 1999 he moved to Amsterdam and worked until 2008 as the program officer for the arts at the European Cultural Foundation. In 2009 he received the position of fellow researcher at the Amsterdam School of the Arts where he articulated a long term project called Table Talks. From 2010 to 2011 he was the in-house dramaturge of Het Veem Theatre in Amsterdam. During this period he also regularly teaches dramaturgy, concept development and philosophy at the Amsterdam School for New Dance (SNDO).
As a dramaturge he is working internationally with choreographers and creators such as Guillaume Marie, Diego Gil, Jenny Beyer, Shannon Cooney, Meg Stuart amongst others. He is also active as an advisor and mentor with continuous engagements from different theatres and insitutions (K3, DasArts etc.). He is regularly invited to give workshops and lectures at Art/Dance Festivals and educational platforms as ImpulsTanz, Vienna; Tanzfabrik, Berlin and many more. His long standing professional interests lie in public events situated in the in-between of different contexts. Thus he moves between theatre and visual arts, professional and non professional status, individual and group work, aesthetics and ethics.