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history, home, identity, Intifada, language, politics, trauma, war
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The Lebanese-American writer and artist Etel Adnan is a grande dame of Middle Eastern literature, a collector of worlds and languages. Having grown up in a Lebanon bridging Europe and the Arab world as the daughter of a Greek mother and a Syrian father, she moves easily among cultures and...

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deutsch
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Geschichte, Heim, Identität, Intifada, Krieg, Politik, Sprache, Trauma
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Bildende Kunst (Kalligraphie, Malerei, Text)
Design & Kunstgewerbe (Keramik, Textilien)
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Dichtung, Prosa, Roman)

Die libanesisch-amerikanische Schriftstellerin und Künstlerin Etel Adnan ist eine Grande Dame der Nahost-Literatur, eine Welten- und Sprachensammlerin. Aufgewachsen in einem von westlichen und arabischen Einflüssen geprägten Libanon als Tochter einer griechischen Mutter und eines...

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Etel Adnan

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Geschichte, Heim, Identität, Intifada, Krieg, Politik, Sprache, Trauma
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Bildende Kunst (Kalligraphie, Malerei, Text)
Design & Kunstgewerbe (Keramik, Textilien)
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Dichtung, Prosa, Roman)
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House of World Cultures

Die libanesisch-amerikanische Schriftstellerin und Künstlerin Etel Adnan ist eine Grande Dame der Nahost-Literatur, eine Welten- und Sprachensammlerin. Aufgewachsen in einem von westlichen und arabischen Einflüssen geprägten Libanon als Tochter einer griechischen Mutter und eines...

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English
crossroads:
history, home, identity, Intifada, language, politics, trauma, war
genre (subgenre):
Design and Crafts (ceramics, textiles)
Visual Arts (calligraphy, painting, text)
Written and spoken word (novel, poetry, prose)

The Lebanese-American writer and artist Etel Adnan is a grande dame of Middle Eastern literature, a collector of worlds and languages. Having grown up in a Lebanon bridging Europe and the Arab world as the daughter of a Greek mother and a Syrian father, she moves easily among cultures and...

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Ale Möller , Mamadou Sene , Rafael Sida , Maria Stellas , Sebastian Dube , Magnus Stinnerbom
crossroads:
diversity, history, identity, multi-culturalism, tradition
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Intercult

Ale Moller Band is an expression of a long time interest in ethnic music from various countries and cultures. It follows the practice of making untraditional combinations of traditional sounds and instruments from all over the world. The result is more than an enjoyable sound - it is a story told...

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 Ale Möller Band

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apartheid, history, identity, multi-culturalism
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Visual Arts (drawing, installation art, photomontage, sculpture, video art)
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The South African artist Jane Alexander constructs creatures that seem kitschy at first glance, yet monstrous and mysterious at the second. As hybrid beings human bodies with animal heads they represent human thought and action. Their animal physiognomies embody the psychic state, the conditio...

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deutsch
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Apartheid, Geschichte, Identität, Multikulturalität
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Bildhauerei, Fotomontage, Installation, Videokunst, Zeichnung)

Scheinbar kitschig auf den ersten, monströs und mysteriös auf den zweiten Blick, sind die Kreaturen der Südafrikanerin Jane Alexander. Als hybride Wesen Menschenkörper mit Tierköpfen sind sie Repräsentanten menschlichen Handelns und Fühlens. Ihre...

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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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children & youth, everyday life, history, people, socialism
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Raúl Cañibano Ercilla is based in Havana as an advertising photographer. Born in 1961, his work focuses on people and demonstrates the vitality of modern-day Cuban photography. He has exhibited world-wide and won a major prize in Cuba for a project on the life of rural workers.

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Raúl Cañibano Ercilla

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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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Dijana Milosevic , Maja Mitic , Sanja Krsmanovic Tasic , Alexandra Jelic , Jadranka Andjelic
crossroads:
emigration, history, love, time, violence, war
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Performing Arts (theatre)
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Intercult

DAH Theatre was formed in June 1991 as the first theatrical laboratory in Yugoslavia. It is an independent company concerned with the development of contemporary theatre. By its experimental work the theatre stimulates the potential of artists and individuals to contribute to the society in...

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crossroads:
colonialism, history, language, racism
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Written and spoken word (essay, novel, poem)
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David Dabydeen

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Mahinda
crossroads:
Buddhism, flight, history, memory, war
genre (subgenre):
Design and Crafts (ceramics)
Visual Arts (sculpture, wall picture)
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Visiting Arts

Tissa De Alwis was born in 1956 in Pitakotte, Sri Lanka. He is a potter, ceramicist and modeller and lives and works in Colombo, Sri Lanka. His idiosyncratic miniature scenes created of plasticine and found materials draw on contemporary conflicts, imagined worlds and military history. He has...

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