Milan Loviška and Otto Krause are transdisciplinary artists working in the visual arts and the performing arts context. In their artistic practice, which is deeply rooted in both research and experiment, they explore the potential of performative formats, media, materials, and new technologies to question established modes of perception and to stimulate uncanny perspectives on the relationship between audience and performer. They work intensely with unconventional methods and strategies and are inspired by cross-disciplinary research processes. Between aesthetic opulence and reduction arise physically intense, atmospheric-imaginative works conceptually combining the aspects of popular culture and science, such as superhero comics, psychology, pornography, biology, new electronic media, religion, film studies or philosophy. With their performative investigations, the two artists make strong socio-political statements that are characterised by their unmistakable artistic aesthetics. Their performance-based projects range from big stage works to intimate one-on-one situations in gallery spaces. The artists live in Vienna and present their work in venues, festivals and symposia in Europe and Asia such as Blitz Valletta (solo exhibition, 2018), Kunstraum Niederösterreich Vienna (performance & solo exhibition, 2018; performance & group exhibition, 2015), ArtScience Museum Singapore (performance & group exhibition, 2016), ISEA Hong Kong (artist talk, 2016), Biennale for Slovenian Contemporary Dance Ljubljana (performance, 2015), among others. In 2018, they were awarded the prestigious H13 Lower Austria Prize for Performance, the only prize for performance art in Austria.