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modernity, tradition
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Design and Crafts (graphic design)
Visual Arts (installation art)
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Alan Chan is an internationally renowned graphic designer. He works in corporate and brand identity design, packaging, product and interior design. He reinterprets eastern and western cultures in a unique style that juxtaposes nostalgia with the contemporary. He has recently ventured into the arena...

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beauty, body
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Performing Arts (dance / choreography)
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Choreographer Mui Cheuk-yin is renowned for her modern dance, which she combines with ethnic danse. The beautiful dancer and choreographer Mui Cheuk-Yin has performed in the most respected dance theatres in China and Hong Kong.

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Mui Cheuk-yin

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Wang Xu has been engaged in graphic design for over 20 years and is described as ‘a forerunner in graphic design in China’ in the exhibition catalogue accompanying the touring show, ‘Made in China: Contemporary Chinese Design’ which was organised by the Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester, UK and...

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border, environment, living
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Visual Arts (installation art)
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Wang Te-Yu creates installations which heighten our perception of space and question how we occupy space by sharing it with other objects. Often simple in colour and form, her works generate different experiences of space using the minimal means.

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human rights, Islam, tradition
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Music (traditional Uighurian music)
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Born in 1939 in the Kashgar area in the Uighurian autonomous region Sinkiang in China, Abdulaziz Hashimov is said to be the guardian of the Uighurian musical heritage. As a music ethnologist he gathers documents of the old Uighurian musical culture throughout central Asia and is a master on the...

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Islam, Menschenrechte, Tradition
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Musik (traditionelle uigurische Musik)

Abdulaziz Hashimov, geboren 1939 im Kaschgar-Gebiet in der Uigurischen Autonomen Region Sinkiang (China), gilt als Hüter des musikalischen Erbes der Uiguren. Als Musikethnologe sammelte er in ganz Zentralasien Dokumente der alten uigurischen Musikkultur und ist ein Meister auf den...

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 Abdulaziz Hashimov & Ensemble

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beauty, harmony, nature
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Design and Crafts (textiles)
Visual Arts (installation art)
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Machiko Agano was initially trained as a weaver, undertaking her education at the Kyoto City University of Arts in Japan. She now creates large installations using basic techniques and equipment and a wide range of materials. Her concern for the simplicity of her materials is contrasted to the...

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perception, time, transformation
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Music (new music)
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Born in Belo Horizonte, the Brazilian pianist Paulo Sérgio Guimarães Álvares studied the piano under Caio Pagano at the University of São Paulo, where he also studied chamber music and new music. From 1985 he studied in Texas under Steven de Groote, gaining a masters...

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Transformation, Wahrnehmung, Zeit
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Musik (Neue Musik)

Der brasilianische Pianist Paulo Sérgio Guimarães Álvares wurde in Belo Horinzonte geboren. Er studierte Klavier an der Universität von São Paul bei Caio Pagano und daneben auch Kammermusik und Neue Musik. 1985 ging er nach Texas, um bei Steven de Groote zu...

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Visual Arts (photography)
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The Chinese photographer Aniu amazes Western eyes with his exhibition called "Times of Fantasy".

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gender, history
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Visual Arts (sculpture)
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The paper sculptures from the Japanese artist Mutsumi Aoki, now living in Germany, are like cocoons vacated by humans. These fragile creations show only the humans´ outer layer, their clothing, but this seems to be as intimately associated with their bodies, as if still warm from the contact. These...

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Mutsumi Aoki

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body, sexuality
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Visual Arts (photography)
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Nobuyoshi Araki is a Japanese photographer obsessed with women in all shades. Eroticism is a central subject for his extremely popular exhibitions. He is known as one of the most radical and controversial photographers of our time.

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Nobuyoshi Araki