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ccap:cristina caprioli artificial project
crossroads:
beauty, body, technology, Utopia
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Performing Arts (dance, dance / choreography, installation)
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Intercult

ccap/ cristina caprioli artificial project is an independent organization which acts as a creative space for dancers, artists and musicians to embrace dance from different perspectives under the artistic direction of choreographer Cristina Caprioli. ccap operates with performances, videos,...

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Cristina Caprioli

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deconstruction, gender, Intifada, post-colonialism, Utopia
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Visual Arts (curating art, installation art, painting, performance, photography, sculpture, video art)
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Visiting Arts

Israeli video artist Doron Furman was born in Tel-Aviv in 1969. He currently lives and works in London and Tel-Aviv. He studied Fine Art in Italy and the UK, receiving a BA from the Accademia di Belli Arti, Florence in 1986 and an MA from Goldsmiths College in 1995. He works in video,...

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civil war, conflict, death, democracy, existentialism, freedom, history, human rights, identity, memory, nation, Patriotism, politics, power, prejudice, rebellion, Utopia, violence
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Visual Arts (installation art, performance, photography, video art)
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Visiting Arts

Albert Heta is one of the youngest of a new generation of artists, currently developing a new experimental approach to art in Kosovo. Working in installation art, photography, performance and video art, Heta´s bold works give expression not only to the experiences of loss and anger of his war-torn...

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Jean-Baptiste
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Utopia
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (general)
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House of World Cultures

Bodys Isek Kingelez, born in Congo in 1948, is on the fringe of the African art scene. Made of glued together, coloured and decorated cardboard, paper and other materials, his architectural models (“extrêmes maquettes" / “extreme models") are not imitations of European or African...

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Bildende Kunst (allgemein)

„Extrêmes Maquettes" - „Extreme Modelle" nennt der 1948 im Kongo geborene und dort lebende Künstler Bodys Isek Kingelez seine Architekturmodelle. Seine aus Papier und Pappe akribisch ausgestalteten Arbeiten versteht er als Vorbilder einer Architektur für Weltstädte,...

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Bodys Isek Kingelez

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crossroads:
everyday life, memory, nature, technology, Utopia
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (painting)
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Visiting Arts

Masakatsu Kondo was born in Japan in 1962 but moved to study in London, where he has lived since 1988. Kondo paints large-scale landscapes, taking conventional scenes of nature but rendering them hyperreal and unfamiliar. Working form found images, he copies, traces and enlarges pictures in...

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flight, Inuit, Utopia, vodou
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Performing Arts (performance, ritual, storytelling, theatre)
Written and spoken word (drama, film script, lectures)
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Intercult

Åsa Simma was born and grew up in Swedish Lappland, and her Saami identity is crucial to her work. She was educated in Sweden, Denmark and Finland and has worked in Scandinavia, Canada, the U.S., Russia and Japan. In 2000 she was awarded the Håbets prize, and in 2001 became Artistic...

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additional names:
Thor’s Daughter’s Pulverization Service
crossroads:
deconstruction, Utopia
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (installation art, sculpture)
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House of World Cultures

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crossroads:
people, Utopia
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (curating art, installation art, object)
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Visiting Arts

Rirkrit Tiravanija has transformed the constant movement and cultural interaction of his own life into an engaged conceptual art practice. Born in Buenos Aires in 1961, of Thai origin, he was raised in Thailand, Ethiopia and Canada and educated in Chicago and New York. He now lives between Berlin...

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Rirkrit Tiravanija

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crossroads:
everyday life, love, memory, people, time, Utopia
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Film (documentary)
Media Arts (digital arts)
Performing Arts (performance)
Visual Arts (installation art, photography, text, video art)
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Visiting Arts

Humberto Vélez was born in Panama City in 1965. After studying Law and Political Sciences at the University of Panama, he went to the International School of Cinema of San Antonio de los Banos, Cuba to study filmmaking and TV in 1990. Since 1997 he has lived in England and works...

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