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Nwankwo , Chinedu , Patrick
crossroads:
anxiety, beauty, birth, conflict, ecology, peace
genre (subgenre):
Design and Crafts (carving)
Visual Arts (drawing, environmental art, installation art, mural painting, painting, portrait, printmaking, sculpture)
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Chris Afuba is a sculptor who worked as a self-taught artist for seven years following the end of the Nigerian civil war in 1970 before deciding to undertake formal training. Concentrating his skills on wood-carving at the beginning of his career, he produced ornaments and jewellery but his...

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Christopher (Chris) Afuba

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genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (photography, sculpture, video art)
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BSCC

Though in her work Michowska deals with photography and video, sculpture was the one that shaped her artistic overview. Harmony, references to mythology and history, symbiosis with the surrounding are characteristic to her objects.

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 Agata Michowska

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civilisation, ecology, humanity
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (installation art, object, sculpture)
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Intercult

Mohammed Ibrahim joins man and nature and reveals their presence to each other as well as the argued relation between them. Ibrahim as an artist stresses ecological issues in the community and presenting them to the public creates an interactive dialogue. There are many elements threatenign mans...

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apartheid, history, identity, multi-culturalism
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (drawing, installation art, photomontage, sculpture, video art)
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House of World Cultures

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
Crossroads:
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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apartheid, borderline experience, exclusion, justice, reality
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (Conceptual Art, installation art, participation art, performance, portrait, sculpture, video art)
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House of World Cultures

"I believe in shamanistic art, in working with one´s outer and inner worlds and learning about oneself amid the universe, amid others and amid the many ´selves´ - people, animals and plants. This will change my picture of the world, or worldview, on a number of occasions, no doubt, as I...

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other language:
deutsch
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Außenseiter, Ausgrenzung, Gerechtigkeit, Grenzerfahrung, Realität, Spiritualität
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Bildhauerei, Installation, Konzeptkunst, partizipatorische Kunst, Performance, Porträt, Videokunst)

„Ich glaube an die Kunst, die aus dem Schamanismus entstanden ist, an die Arbeit mit der Welt rundum und mit meiner Welt (in der Mitte), an das Kennenlernen seiner selbst in Bezug auf den Kosmos und in Bezug zu den Anderen. Seiner selbst unter vielen „Ichs“ – Menschen, Tiere, Pflanzen. Das wird mit...

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Pawel Althamer

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Performing Arts (general)
Visual Arts (body art, installation art, object, sculpture, video art)
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BSCC

Anna Baumgart was born in 1966 in Wroclaw, Poland. She is a multimedia artist who represents a feminism focused on personal, often hidden, problems and obsessions.

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 Anna Baumgart

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gender, history
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (sculpture)
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House of World Cultures

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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Design and Crafts (jewellery)
Visual Arts (painting, sculpture, wall picture)
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House of World Cultures

Georgina Beier was born in London in 1936 and left Britain for Nigeria in the late 1950s. In 1963, she established and conducted the annual Mbari Mbayo painting and printmaking workshop in Oshogbo, which became an influential local arts center. Beier has worked in all media but is best known as a...

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deutsch
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Bildhauerei, Malerei, Wandbild)
Design & Kunstgewerbe (Schmuck)

Georgina Beier wurde 1936 in London geboren, verließ Großbritannien in den späten fünfziger Jahren und zog nach Nigeria. 1963 initiierte sie den jährlichen Mbari Mbayo Workshop für Malerei und Druckgrafik in Oshogbo, den sie auch leitete. Beier arbeitet in allen...

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crossroads:
civilisation, everyday life, metropolises, nature, water
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (curating art, drawing, installation art, object, photography, sculpture)
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Intercult

When people migrate, thoughts, ideas, dreams and objects travel with them, all of which are important links with the past. Migrants become strangers to those they leave behind, and are strangers on arrival at their destination since migration produces loneliness. Migrants need thier own space, a...

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Tomasz Boncza Ozdowski

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crossroads:
Buddhism, pain, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (drawing, installation art, painting, sculpture)
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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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