Collective VRUM was founded in 2007 by artists Sanja Frühwald and Mario Kovač, whose primary interest is the field of contemporary dance, its performativity and theory, and is, at the same time, interested in contemporary theatre, visual art, music, photography and modern technology. Its goal is to interpret, communicate and bring contemporary dance and contemporary theatre closer to the audience through different set of performing, educational, informal, virtual or textual formats, regardless of age or gender of the viewer. The work of VRUM is marked with different layers, multiple realities and contemporary surrealism, often accompanied with live music; it is articulated with absurd, irony, humour and unconventional use of performing techniques. VRUM is interested in different collaborative aspects and diverse ways of acting so it redefines its appearance in every new production, installation, project or performance. VRUM is not interested in classification and that is why its approach to the dance is unexpected, progressive and inventive.