Sounds under the skin is a stage project of five diverse women artists who develop their own recognizable languages and artistic diversity through their work. It is a dance and sound installation, which crosses the performative landscapes and explores the origins of the personal stage practice of the creators involved. Urška Centa, contemporary flamenco dancer and stage artist, Anja Möderndorfer, modern dancer and choreographer of theatrical movement, Kristýna Šajtošová, stage artist and choreographer, Sara Janašković, young performer and dancer, and Zvezdana Novaković, a musician, singer and harpist, depict the might and fragility of each individual and community. In different codes, they tell the stories of many spaces and forms, in which elusive images of life, the transience of relationships and their mirrorings take place. The work was premiered in Španski borci theatre in October 2021.