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

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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Crossroads:
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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Edward Muallem , Iman Aoun
crossroads:
ecology, everyday life, Intifada, myth
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Performing Arts (theatre)
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Founded by Edward Muallem and Iman Aoun in Palestine in 1991, Ashtar focuses on three things: ´forum theatre´, the training of teachers and children, and the field ´experimental drama´.

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Crossroads:
Ökologie, Alltag, Intifada, Mythos
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Performing Arts (Theater)

Ashtar, 1991 von Edward Muallem und Iman Aoun in Palästina gegründet, widmet sich drei Schwerpunkten: dem "Forum Theatre", dem "Training" von Lehrern und Schülern und dem Bereich Experimentaltheater.

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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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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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children & youth, gender, identity, Intifada, war
genre (subgenre):
Film (documentary)
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Crossroads:
Gender, Identität, Intifada, Kinder, Krieg
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Film (Dokumentarfilm)

Die Dokumentarfilmerin und Produzentin Mai Masri wurde 1959 in Amman/Jordanien geboren, studierte Film in San Franciso und lebt heute in Palästina. Sie drehte zum Teil gemeinsam mit ihrem Ehemann, dem libanesischen Filmemacher Jean Khalil Chamoun zahlreiche Filme über die Folgen des...

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Intifada, love, nature
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Design and Crafts (ceramics)
Visual Arts (installation art, water-colour)
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Jordanian artist Hazem Nemrawi comes from Irbid. He was educated at Yarmouk University there and graduated in 1997. He works in various materials and makes installations of natural and artificial materials, dealing with issues related to the Middle East situation.

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Hazem Nemrawi

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crossroads:
Intifada, Judaism, peace
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Written and spoken word (essay, novel)
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Amos Oz, born in 1939 in Jerusalem, is regarded as the most popular Israeli writer. The main subject of his novels is the conflict between the Zionist ideal and life in a modern, pluralistic society. Due to his troublesome highlighting of current issues, Oz is regarded as one of the undisputed...

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Crossroads:
Frieden, Intifada, Judentum
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Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Essay, Roman)

Der 1939 in Jerusalem geborene Amos Oz gilt als der bekannteste israelische Schriftsteller. Das Hauptthema seiner Romane ist der Konflikt zwischen zionistischem Ideal und dem Leben in einer modernen, pluralistischen Gesellschaft. Gerade aufgrund seiner unbequemen Fragestellungen gilt Oz...

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borderline experience, history, identity, Intifada, mobility, nation, post-colonialism, transformation
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Architecture (general)
Visual Arts (environmental art, installation art, performance, photography, video art)
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Khalil Rabah is a Palestinian artist who lives and works in Ramallah. He was born in Jerusalem in 1961 and gained a BA in Fine Arts from the University of Texas, USA in 1991. He taught at the Department of Fine Art in Bezalel Academy in Jerusalem from 1997-2000. He has had numerous international...

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