Mala Kline is a performer, choreographer, researcher and writer. She holds BA in philosophy and comparative literature (UL, Ljubljana) and MA in theater (DasArts, Amsterdam). Her own author-based work is embedded in technology of dreaming – creative and performative practice based on the affective and transformative performance of image. She is extensively engaged in different research, educational, publishing and founding activities. She founded EMANAT – institute for affirmation of contemporary dance in Slovenia, SOI Slovenia for dissemination of dream and imagery work throughout EU, and recently DREAMLAB – mobile laboratory for research and development of imagery and dream work as related to performing arts practices. Currently studies with the School of Images (NYC) and is writing PhD on ethics in performing arts at the Department of Philosophy (UL, Ljubljana) and within the framework of a-pass (postmaster program for performing arts in Brussels). She has received major awards on the field of contemporary dance in Slovenia: Golden Bird Award (Zlata ptica), Triton Award (Povodni Moz) and recently Award of Ksenja Hribar for choreography.