Visual artist, designer and creator of platforms and strategies for the development of artistic spaces, PETER KOSIR (Slovenia) combines in his creations architecture with 3D virtual spaces and video. He studied architecture and philosophy in Ljubljana and his projects were presented at festivals and exhibitions in Slovenia, Austria, Italy and Romania. Some of the projects for which he created set design and video animation are: The Mother by S.I.Witkiewicz, Moses and Aron by A.Schoenberg, The Bluebeard Castle by B. Bartok, L-Ikla t-Tajba (with texts by I. Mifsud), The Karamazovs adaptation after F.M. Dostoyevsky, Who Shuts the Night adaptation after L. Cavani, Hopscotch based on a Persian myth and Rumi’s writings, Me, Oblio (inspired by The Point! by H. Nilsson).