In early 2009 Maja Delak and Luka Prinčič created a performance called “Une façon d’aimer”, a duet that explored violence, love, sexual identities, and power relations through a fragmented mixture of various media - among them, also, a lot of music. That is where a punk rendition of proto-feminist You Don’t Own Me and sexually/bdsm-charged Domina’s Doll songs emerged. The former got quickly picked up by a local initiative K4format and published it on their compilation. The duo reinvented themselves as Wanda & Nova deViator to extend their reach on concert stages and dancefloors and continued to work on new tracks. They premièred a new performance “Frozen Images”, which delved even deeper into a “new media concert” form, utilizing real-time manipulation of video, songs with heavy breakbeat and electro-influenced beats, and lyrics exploring the contemporary life of consumerism, pornification, over-sexualisation, digital piracy, and the condition of contemporary subject. The performance lingered on an uneasy margin between theatre and dancefloor, between contemplation of the spectacle and body movement induced by loudness and beats. Since then the duo continued experimenting with forms and created two derivatives: a drone&noise audio-visual ambient-electronics show “Sublimation Revision” for ‘listening and watching’ occasions and a full-on dancefloor assault “Resistance”, which strived for the simplicity of a concert-like or even electronic live-act situation.