The film is a “stand-art” documentary about the Slovenian visual artists' group Irwin.   The group consists of five artists (Dušan Mandič, Miran Mohar, Borut Vogelnik, Andrej Savski and Roman Uranjek) and is one of the three co-founding groups of the art movement Neue Slowenische Kunst (Laibach, Irwin, Theater Scipion Nasice). The 53-minute documentary depicts the group's journey to the exhibition Das Schwarze Quadrat (Hommage a Kasimir Malevich, Hamburg 2007), where Irwin showed their installation entitled Corpse of Art (a remake of the artist Kazimir Malevich's coffin based on a photograph taken when his corpse was exhibited in the House of Artists Union in Leningrad before the funeral in 1935).
The film was filmed between 2003, when the group's retrospective entitled Retroprincip took place in Berlin, and 2007, when Irwin presented Corpse of Art in Hamburg. It was shot on locations in Ljubljana, Berlin, Sydney, Dublin, Manchester, Istanbul, Belgrade, Labin, Moscow, New York, etc.

The film presents all the major works, actions and exhibitions of the Irwin group (Was Ist Kunst, NSK Embassies, NSK Passport Office, Transnacionala, Black Square On Red Square, Retroprincip, Irwin Icons, East Art Map and others) over the past 25 years.

In the film the story about the group Irwin and their changing into classic black suits and ties is told by: Irwin, Inge Baecker, Sezgin Boynik, Eda Čufer, Jerko Denegri, Marina Gržinič, Charles Esche, Dušan Makavejev, Peter Mlakar, Irit Rogoff, Miško Šuvaković and Nick Tsoutas.
directed by                   Igor Zupe
camera                         Milorad Čadež, Bojan Trajković, Igor Zupe
editor                            Igor Zupe
sound design                Drago Kočiš
music                            Dejan Knez
graphics                        Novi kolektivizem
production comanies    Studio Maj, TV Slovenija