In the context of “great divides” in which the Belgrade cultural scene reproduces the existing social relations, what is evident is the vast fragmentation and focus on different, more or less, convincing attempts of individual entities to sustain themselves and consolidate regardless, and perhaps even precisely because, of the weakening of the others. Such induced relations resulted in a high degree of disunity; the situation has been radicalised and at this point even maintains the system from which it sprung. In perseverance of many independent organisations we have come to negate the self-organisation in its very domain. Thus, the question of what a self-organized cultural scene is, gets consequently replaced by its conditional form: What could it be? Why should it exist? What would it aim for? On which principles should it function? Can we even begin to imagine it? What would it look like if we tried? Many artists and cultural workers have answered these questions aiming at articulating a new construct. Their answers, along with the analysis of overlapping and differences, were used as a starting point for the analysis in which the focus is on the questioning of the needs of involved participants, as well possible models for self-organized cultural scene in Belgrade.