The Olympiastadion in Berlin, the infamous site of Leni Riefenstahl's film on the 1936 Olympic Games, is both setting and protagonist in 'Stadium'. The video employs techniques favoured by Riefenstahl, including the crane shot, long circular travelling shot and low-angle shot. The resulting footage exhibits the persistent legacy of representations of power and control in photography and cinema all the way up to contemporary imaging from video games to epic films. Faithful to this notion, the film opens with a 3D animation of the architect's model of the stadium’s recent renovation and transitions to the site itself with sweeping multiple camera perspectives that produce a feeling of vertigo and banal repetition. Here, a figure in white performs a careful choreography of gestures. In 'Stadium' an uncanny dialogue is created between the mechanistic, standardized and absolute uniformity of the architecture and the anonymity of the individual.