Limit(less) is a short art film, portraying a poetic vision of intimacy between a human and a robot. The film imagines a non-dystopian future through a dance duet, in which human and robot fuse in their tasks, becoming a new type of species. This vision challenges a common perception of technology as a threat to human relations and instead addresses new social questions that appear: How would genderless biological and non-biological bodies experience each other? How would they merge in their intentions and intuitions? What would their post-verbal communication be like?
The film was shot in the Norwegian Industrial Workers Museum - Vemork in Rjukan.

  • Karolina Bieszczad-Stie
  • Kenji Azumaru Tamura
    Key Cast
  • iiwa KUKA
    Key Cast
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    16 minutes
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    December 1, 2022
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    18,000 USD
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  • Cinema premiere at Kunstnernes Hus in Oslo
    March 11, 2023
    Norwegian premiere
Director Biography - Karolina Bieszczad-Stie

Karolina Bieszczad-Stie holds a PhD in Performing Arts from Brunel University in London. She runs a creative platform, Butoh Encounters, in Oslo, where Butoh dance serves as an umbrella for various collaborative projects exploring the subject of transhumanism. Her recent works include the dance performance "Rebellion of the Cell" in collaboration with the Centre for Cancer Cell Reprogramming (CanCell) at the University of Oslo and "Limit(less)" in collaboration with robotics researcher Mathias H. Arbo and the manufacturer of industrial robots, KUKA. She currently continuous her work with CanCell on “Micro-choreography” project, designing movement for cancer cells under microscope.

Karolina has also worked in the film industry in Norway, as a director and editor.

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