The group Small But Dangers (Mateja Rojc and Simon Hudolin, born in 1977) live and work in Cerkno, Slovenia. With an exhibition 'Process' in youth centre C.M.A.K. Cerkno in 2004 they started to co-operate under a collective name. Their opus spreads through a wide variety of mostly analogue visual media. Since 2010, they are represented by P74 Center and Gallery.
Selected solo exhibitions: ŠKUC Gallery, Ljubljana (2017), Frlauf (Verlauf), curated by Tadej Pogačar, Institute for Contemporary Art, Zagreb; If I were God, I would not exist. Center for Contemporary Arts, Likovni salon gallery, Celje
Center for Contemporary Arts (Celje '15), P74 Gallery (Ljubljana '09, '11, '13), Koroška art gallery – Ravne gallery (Ravne na Koroškem '13), Galerija Dimenzija Napredka ('11, Solkan).
Selected group exhibitions: P74 Gallery (Ljubljana '08, '10, '12, ), Museum of Modern Art (Ljubljana '07, '10), MSUM (Ljubljana '13), Škuc Gallery (Ljubljana '13, '14), Brot Kunsthalle (Vienna '11), Center for Contemporary Arts - Likovni salon Gallery (Celje '08, '09), City Art Gallery (Ljubljana '10), Animateka festival (Ljubljana '07, '12). In 2010 they exhibited at U3 – 6th Triennial of Contemporary Slovenian Art, curator Charles Esche, Museum of Modern Art, Ljubljana. In 2015 they participated at Art in Slovenia 2005-2015, Musem of Contemporary Art Metelkova, Ljubljana.
In 2008 they were nominated for OHO group award, in 2013 they received a 2nd prize at Photography of the year, competition in Ljubljana and in 2015 Essl Art Award CEE 2015 - VIG Special Invitation.