Playing Both Sides: Decoding and Mythmaking The Slovenian artist Jasmina Cibic (b. Ljubljana, 1979; lives and works in London) exemplifies a young generation of creative minds born in the former Yugoslavia whose works address social, political, and historical themes. In 2013, she represented her country at the Venice Biennale. Cibic's projects synthesize gesture, drama, and reenactment. They are based on extensive archival research and the searching examination of historical traces, material the artist turns into haunting film installations and performances. Her multifaceted approach combines original sources with fictional accounts of events. Spielraum presents comprehensive documentation of a three-part film and exhibition project that Cibic developed in cooperation with the Ludwig Museum, Budapest; the International Centre of Graphic Arts, Ljubljana; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Belgrade. With essays by Anna Gritz, R na Kopeczky, Una Popovic, Dubravka Sekulic, Jelena Vesic, Alessandro Vincentelli, WHW, and Giovanna Zapperi.