Authors: Dalija Aćin (choreographer and performer), Rastko Lazić (live audio), Dorijan Kolundžija (video)

Performers: Dalija Aćin (choreographer and performer), Rastko Lazić (live audio), Dorijan Kolundžija (video)

Live video editing: Filip Mikić

Live audio mix: Ivan Acović

DP: Milan Tvrdišić

Live performance supervisor: Dorijan Kolundžija

The piece was performed in April 2011 from two locations Belgrade (Serbia) and Geneve (Switzerland)

Duration of the performance: 25′

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Dalija Aćin

Born in 1974, has graduated ballet school in Belgrade and gathered the knowledge and practice of contemporary dance trough many workshops and residencies in Europe.

She presented her works on the prestigeus international festivals such as Impulstanz, Tanz im August, Urban Festival (Kiasma), Festival Particules, Tazntendezen, Mladi levi, Week of contemporary dance, Oppla, as well as on the most important Serbian festivals such as BITEF, BELEF, Infant. She collaborated with numerous theatre directors and international artists.

She received the award Prix Jardin d’Europe for the production “Handle with great care” on Impulstanz Festival 2008. in Vienna, as well as The Award for Research into the Possibilities of Borderline Theatrical Areas at the Infant Festival 2007.

Recently she created two dance perfromances – for children (2008) and for babies (2010). Performance for children “The Book of roaming” was awarded at TIBA Festival.

She is co-founder and coordinator of Station Service for Contemporary Dance Belgrade, co-founder of Nomad Dance Academy.

Rastko Lazić

Born 1970 in Belgrade. Is a composer and improviser of electronic music based in Geneva, Switzerland. He has been composing music for contemporary dance, theatre and television since 1996. As a member of the `Recoil Performance Group` (Denmark) he toured the Middle East and Europe. Since 2009, Rastko`s work has focused on the use of an analog modular synthesizer as his main tool of composition and performance. He derives inspiration from the pioneers of electronic music and sees himself as a sculptor who shapes sound and then leaves it to live and grow. His music ranges from minimal electronic sound to electronic noise.

Dorijan Kolundžija

Born 1976. In 2000 he graduated from the Academy of Applied Arts in Belgrade, department of applied graphics. In 2004 graduated from Peck School of the Arts, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Masters of Fine Arts, Design, Art and Technology.
He was art director of Belgrade Summer Festival (BELEF) 2008/2009.
Currently teaches New Media at Megatrend University in Belgrade, School of Art and Design, and runs “gallery 12+” new media solutions studio in Belgrade. Since 2007 works as art director of “Kiosk platform for contemporary art”. Participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Serbia and abroad.