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Neli Mitewa , Willy Prager , Mila Odajieva , Stefan Shtereff
genre (subgenre):
Design and Crafts (fashion)
Performing Arts (happening, installation, performance)
Visual Arts (installation art, performance)
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Intercult

Brain store project is the union of four interdisciplinary artists and their reach out for partnerships and collaborations with local and international colleagues. The possibilities for artistic output, means of artistic expression and performance practice are virtually endless. Understandably, all...

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 Brain Store Project

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beauty, perception
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (happening, installation, performance, theatre)
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Kirsten Dehlholm is the founder and artistic director of Hotel Pro Forma; a vehicle for visual composition at the boundary of performance and exhibition. Every new production is a new experiment and contains double staging; partly of its contents and the space and partly of the notion of theatre...

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Kirsten Dehlholm

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Visual Arts (Film, Happening, installation art)
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House of World Cultures

Ghazel, born in Tehran in 1966, studied Visual Arts art from 1988 – 1992 at the École des Beaux Arts in Nîmes, and in 1994 completed a BA in Film at the Paul Valéry University. In 1993, she was awarded a bursary that allowed her to move to Berlin for a time and work there, and...

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deutsch
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Bildende Kunst (Film, Happening, Installation)

Ghazel, 1966 in Teheran geboren, studierte Bildende Kunst 1988 bis 1992 an der École des Beaux Arts in Nîmes. 1994 erwarb sie einen BA in Film an der Paul Valéry Universität. Ein Stipendium ermöglichte ihr 1993 einen Arbeitsaufenthalt in Berlin. 2000 folgte ein...

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deconstruction, everyday life, irony
genre (subgenre):
Action art (Fluxus)
Performing Arts (happening)
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House of World Cultures

The former Lithuanian president and hero of the ‘singing revolution’ as a Fluxus artist? According to a well-meant contribution to the German Wikipedia, ‘Professor Landsbergis is known all round the world not only for his political activities but also for his being one of the world´s greatest...

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deutsch
Crossroads:
Alltag, Dekonstruktion, Ironie
Genre (Subgenres):
Aktionskunst (Fluxus)
Performing Arts (Happening)

Der ehemalige litauische Präsident und Held der „singenden Revolution“ als Fluxus-Künstler? Recherchiert man zu Landsbergis, so findet man in der deutschen Wikipedia-Ausgabe die gut gemeinte Einschätzung „Prof. Landsbergis ist nicht nur für seine politische Tätigkeit...

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dictatorship, irony, nation, politics, realism
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (drawing, Happening, installation art, painting, participation art)
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House of World Cultures

Born in São Paulo in 1932 Nelson Leirner has no predilection for winners. The football game in one of his best known works titled “Futebol” (“Football”, 2001) ends in a draw, though he devised it for the World Cup 2006. His artefacts exemplify the change in Brazilian art from adversity to...

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deutsch
Crossroads:
Diktatur, Ironie, Nation, Politik, Realismus
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Happening, Installation, Malerei, partizipatorische Kunst, Zeichnung)

Der 1932 in São Paulo geborene Nelson Leirner mag keine Gewinner. Das Fußballspiel in einem seiner bekanntesten Werke „Futebol“ („Football“, 2001) lässt er unentschieden ausgehen, obwohl er es anlässlich der Fußballweltmeisterschaft schuf. Es ist eine fast emblematische...

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birth, body, everyday life, gender, pain, sexuality, time, transformation
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Performing Arts (happening)
Visual Arts (body art, participation art)
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Visiting Arts

Brazilian artist, Laura Lima, is primarily concerned with the human body - often as part of a larger whole, whether connecting to or contradicting other objects. In her four major series (Flesh = Man/Flesh = Woman; Dimensional Tattoos; RhR; and Vivia21), the body performs metaphors of social...

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Laura Lima

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Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium
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communication, history, humanity, interculturalism, myth, people, ritual, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Film (documentary)
Performing Arts (education, happening, interactive performance, performance, ritual, theatre)
Written and spoken word (drama, education, lectures, play, script)
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Intercult

Odin Teatret is a base for performances, research, pedagogical activity, intercultural and interdisciplinary networking as well as being a meeting point for actors and artists from all over the world. Pedagogical activity takes place in form of seminars, workshops, courses and meetings. Odin...

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 Odin Teatret

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Dragan Protic & Djordje Balmazovic
crossroads:
beauty, borderline experience, communication, contrast, democracy, everyday life, humanity, identity, imagination, interculturalism, subculture, turning point
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (happening, installation, interactive performance)
Visual Arts (collage, installation art, performance, photomontage, text)
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The group SKART (scraps) was founded in 1990 in the adandoned graphic studio at the faculty of Architecture in Belgrade, former Yugoslavia. After their training in classical graphic disciplines, group members Djordje Balzamovic and Dragan Protic started conveying their new experiences in books and...

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 Skart

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Antisemitismus, Gender, Marginalisierung, Sexualität
Genre (Subgenres):
Performing Arts (Happening, Performance)
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Mit ihren radikalen Queer-Performances brechen Steven & Elu, ein weißes schwules Paar aus Südafrika, gesellschaftliche und politische Tabus ihrer Heimat.

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capitalism, children & youth, democracy, politics, pop-culture, youth
genre (subgenre):
Film (essay film)
Performing Arts (comedy, happening, musical theatre)
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Intercult

This Flemish/Dutch performing company creates their own brand of socially engaged theatre.

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 Wunderbaum