Slovenia 2006, Experimental, 22' | Director, Screenplay, Production, Contact Marina Gržinić, Aina Šmid | DoP Ivica Stojanovic | Editor Svetlana Dramlic | Sound Drago Kocis | Music Stefan Geissler, Jakob Ortis | Cast Maja Delak, Mala Kline, Gregor Zorc, Stefan Geissler, Jakob Ortis

is based on the eponymous dance performance by Maja Delak and Mala Kline. The video poses questions as to the limits of representation in contemporary art and dance. Just to what extent can the dancing body generate meaning?

plays with the tension between action and contemplation and between boredom and dizziness. All of which are perpetuated through the analysis of the global capitalist system and its performative politics.


Since 1982, Marina Gržinic und Aina Šmid have together produced over 40 videos, one 16-mm-film, various media installations, documentaries and TV features. In 1997, they also made an interactive CD-ROM for the Centre of Art & Media in Karlsruhe, Germany. During their 25 years of collaboration, they have exhibited their work at more than 100 festivals and picked up several awards. Gržinić has a PhD in philosophy and works at the Scientific Research Centre of the Slovene Academy of Sciences & Arts in Ljubljana and is Professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. Šmid is Professor of Art History and the editor of a design magazine.

Marina Gržinic, Aina Šmid
Experimental, Short Film
Focus: Around the Balkans