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Frauen, Gender, Identität, Medien, Schönheit, Sexualität
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Bildende Kunst (Malerei, Porträt)
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House of World Cultures

Die nackt posierenden, irgendwie verloren wirkenden asiatischen Mädchen auf den Porträts von Su-en Wong scheinen den Betrachter zu beobachten. Was soll der davon halten? Wollen ihn diese Blicke provozieren oder faszinieren, soll er sich einlassen oder abwenden? Mit diesem irritierenden...

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Su-en Wong

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censorship, communication, media
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Written and spoken word (education, lectures)
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DCCD

Professor Dr. Peng Hwa Ang is specialised in censorship and regulation of the Internet.

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Peng Hwa Ang

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tradition
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House of World Cultures

The Balinese musicians and composers Ayo Sutarma (born in 1969) and Dedy Hernawan (born in 1972) come from the school of Nano S, have studied at the conservatory in Bandung and specialised in traditional Sundanese music. Whereas Hernawan has made a name for himself mainly as a performer on he...

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Tradition
Genre (Subgenres):
Musik (Adzan, Mengaji, traditionelle sundanesische Musik)

Die balinesischen Musiker und Komponisten Ayo Sutarma (geboren 1969) und Dedy Hernawan (geboren 1972) stammen aus der Schule von Nano S., haben am Konservatorium in Bandung studiert und sich auf die traditionelle sundanesische Musik konzentriert. Während Hernawan sich vor allem als Suling-...

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 Ayo Sutarma & Dedy Hernawan

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corruption, religion, sexuality
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Written and spoken word (general)
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International Festival of Literature Berlin (ilb)

Ayu Utami was born in Bogor near the Indonesian capital of Jakarta in 1968. She is one of the most prominent representatives of a new generation of Indonesian writers, who, even before the end of the Suharto regime, were already openly addressing the social and cultural conflicts of the island...

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Korruption, Religion, Sexualität
Genre (Subgenres):
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (allgemein)

Ayu Utami was born in Bogor near the Indonesian capital of Jakarta in 1968. She is one of the most prominent representatives of a new generation of Indonesian writers, who, even before the end of the Suharto regime, were already openly addressing the social and cultural conflicts of the island...

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Genre (Subgenres):
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (allgemein)
Veröffentlicht von:
International Festival of Literature Berlin (ilb)

Ayu Utami was born in Bogor near the Indonesian capital of Jakarta in 1968. She is one of the most prominent representatives of a new generation of Indonesian writers, who, even before the end of the Suharto regime, were already openly addressing the social and cultural conflicts of the island...

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corruption, religion, sexuality
genre (subgenre):
Written and spoken word (general)

Ayu Utami was born in Bogor near the Indonesian capital of Jakarta in 1968. She is one of the most prominent representatives of a new generation of Indonesian writers, who, even before the end of the Suharto regime, were already openly addressing the social and cultural conflicts of the island...

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Performing Arts (dance, dance / choreography, theatre)
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Intercult

Choreographer, dancer and actress Grace Ellen Barkey was born in Surabaya, Indonesia. She studied dance expression and modern dance at the Theatre School In Amsterdam and after her trining worked as an actress and dancer.

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Grace Ellen Barkey

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children & youth, death, deconstruction, interdisciplinarity, media, memory, mysticism, myth, religion, ritual, spirituality, time, transformation, war
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Visual Arts (installation art)
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DSV Du store verden

Bell developed a poetic dialogue between his elements, finding metaphors for these tender human concerns. Evolving gradually both through intellectual thought processes and through practical issues of material and formal considerations, he reaches out for that state between sense and reason which...

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Roddy Bell

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Buddhism, pain, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (drawing, installation art, painting, sculpture)
information provided by:
House of World Cultures

Montien Boonma was born in Bangkok, Thailand, in 1953, and received his BFA in Painting in 1978. He started exhibiting internationally in the late 1980s and became known as one the most important Thai artists of his generation. Although trained as a painter, Boonma became known for his sculptures...

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colonialism, history, war
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Music (film-music, general)
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DCCD

Over the past three years, Mark Chan has devoted most of his time and energy to composing, producing and writing. His work includes 7 solo albums, which include both pop and then, more recently, world music offerings developing his distinctive sound which incorporates both traditional and modern...

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Mark Chan

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crossroads:
censorship
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (Film)
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House of World Cultures

Statement of the artist for the «Postcard Project» of the House of World Cultures “My puzzle at the moment is: How did we allow ourselves to value everything in terms of money. Almost everything in my country,...

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deutsch
Crossroads:
Zensur
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Film)

Bevor Philip Cheah als Programmleiter des Singapore International Film Festival (SIFF) zu einer bedeutenden Persönlichkeit der asiatischen Undergroundszene wurde, arbeitete er als Sozialarbeiter auf den Straßen Singapurs. Unter den „kleinen Leuten“ zu sein, „die Stimme der Stille zu...

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Philip Cheah