In the fall of 2002 she co-curated the exhibition In Search of Balkania at The Museum of Modern Art in Graz, Austria.
Throughout the 1990s, she focused most of her dramaturgical and theoretical practice on collaborations with a number of performance artists and groups, including EN-KNAP, the international dance group based in Ljubljana; Marko Peljhan, the Slovenian surveillance artist now teaching at UC Santa Barbara, and Project Atol.
Since 1990 she has worked as conceptual collaborator with the visual art group Irwin, curating projects and providing theoretical texts addressing issues of post-socialist reality and the new post-cold-war relations between East and West. She has edited three books related to this series of projects: NSK Embassy Moscow: How the East Sees the East, 1993; Transnacionala: Highway Collisions Between East and West at the Crossroads of Art, 1999; and Interpol: The Art Exhibition which Divided East and West, 2000.
She writes about theatre, dance, visual art, culture and cultural politics for local and international magazines such as Maska, Mars, Tema Celeste, and Flash Art, and has lectured on these same subjects before academic seminars and public audiences in New York, Germany, Greece, Slovenia, Austria, and Belgium. Her writings have appeared in a number of scholarly publications in the USA including Conversations at the Castle: Changing Audiences and Contemporary Art (MIT Press, 1998), Primary Documents: A Sourcebook for Eastern and Central European Art Since the 1950s (Museum of Modern Art, 2002) and Impossible Histories: Yugoslavian Avant-gardes and Neo-avant-gardes (MIT Press, forthcoming).
In 1983 she cofounded the Scipion Nasice Sister's Theatre which, together with the visual art group Irwin and the industrial music group Laibach, formed one of the three constituent elements of NSK (Neue Slowenische Kunst), an interdisciplinary art collective that defined the Slovenian neo-avant-garde and to a large extent the Eastern European art scene of the 1980s through an extensive range of cultural actions and intellectual practices focused on the relation between art and ideology.