Marta Popivoda (Berlin/Belgrade) explores the discursive power structures of the contemporary art world as well as the Yugoslav cultural and political sphere, through films, video installations, and performance. She is a member of the editorial collective of TkH [Walking Theory], a theoretical-artistic platform and journal. Her work has been presented at Tate Modern, London; MHKA; Antwerp; 21er HAUS, Vienna; Beirut Art Center; Musée de la danse, Rennes; Documenta 12 Kassel; Arsenal and HAU, Berlin; Kampnagel, Hamburg; Matadero and La Casa Encendida, Madrid; Forum des Images and MK2 Beaubourg, Paris; Beursschouwburg and Kaaitheater, Brussels; etc. Her latest feature documentary, “Yugoslavia, How Ideology Moved Our Collective Body” premiered at the 63rd Berlinale and was later screened at numerous film festivals and exhibitions worldwide. In 2015 she was awarded the Berlin Art Prize for the visual arts by Akademie der Künste, and Edith-Russ-Haus Award for Emerging Media Artists.