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media, women, writing
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Performing Arts (theatre)
Written and spoken word (drama)
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Intercult

Gilly Adams is a workshop leader and director who specialises in work with text. For more than a decade she was the Artistic Director of the Made in Wales Stage Company, which developed and produced new plays. In addition, Gilly works regularly with an international network for women in...

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As a sociologist, new media expert, activist whose work is focused on free culture, digital technologies and media convergence Tarkowski knows very well that "common" doesn´t mean "for everyone". Not yet.

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 Alek Tarkowski

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media, revolution
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Film (documentary)
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Let us have a revolution in the mind. Shaina Anand is struggling for developing alternative voices, pictures and media in India. She shoots and edits her own video films, believes in copyleft and free media.

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censorship, communication, media
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Professor Dr. Peng Hwa Ang is specialised in censorship and regulation of the Internet.

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Peng Hwa Ang

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children & youth, death, deconstruction, interdisciplinarity, media, memory, mysticism, myth, religion, ritual, spirituality, time, transformation, war
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Visual Arts (installation art)
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DSV Du store verden

Bell developed a poetic dialogue between his elements, finding metaphors for these tender human concerns. Evolving gradually both through intellectual thought processes and through practical issues of material and formal considerations, he reaches out for that state between sense and reason which...

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Roddy Bell

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borderline experience, crime, love, media, Patriotism, Society, terrorism, transformation, transgression, trauma, violence, war
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Visual Arts (Film)
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House of World Cultures

"I come with a beard," he texts, shortly later the door opens to Café Sankt Oberholtz in Berlin’s Mitte. He storms inside, dressed in a simple parka and long black hair, the very image of Ché Guevara. It is not just the beard. The man glows like a revolutionary. He sits down...

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Überschreitung, Gewalt, Krieg, Liebe, Medien, Patriotismus, Terrorismus, Transformation, Trauma, Verbrechen

„Ich komme mit einem Bart”, simst er, kurz darauf öffnet sich die Tür des Cafés Sankt Oberholtz in Berlin-Mitte. Herein stürmt, gekleidet in einen schlichten Parka und mit langem schwarzen Haar, ein Abbild Che Guevaras. Es ist nicht nur der Bart. Der Mann glüht wie ein...

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François  Bucher

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consumerism, globalisation, media, pop-culture, post-colonialism
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Visual Arts (installation art)
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Iftikhar Dadi has practiced as an independent artist in his own right but currently works in collaboration with Elizabeth Dadi. Their works comment upon the far-reaching effects of global media and advertising in advancing contemporary cultural imperialism, in the construction of identities and...

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consumerism, globalisation, media, pop-culture, post-colonialism
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After practising alone for several years, Elizabeth Dadi now produces works in collaboration with Iftikhar Dadi. Their works comment upon the far-reaching effects of global media and advertising in advancing contemporary cultural imperialism, in the construction of identities and historical...

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deconstruction, everyday life, identity, media, post-colonialism, power
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Media Arts (multi media installation, video)
Visual Arts (performance, photography)
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Vesna Dunimagloska is an installation and performance artist living and working in Bitola, Macedonia. Born there in 1976, she studied art in Skopje and Belgrade. Her works have been presented at exhibitions and festivals in Eastern and Western Europe. In 2002 Dunimagloska was awarded a residency...

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interculturalism, language, media, politics, writing
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Visual Arts (curating art)
Written and spoken word (criticism, general, media debate, public speaking)
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Adrienne Goehler is a former Senator for Science, Research and Culture in Berlin and one of Europe’s foremost cultural debaters.

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Adrienne Goehler