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everyday life, history, mobility, modernity, urbanity
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Visual Arts (installation art)
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From autumn to winter in 2009, strollers in the Tiergarten will make an unusual discovery: What are huts doing up in the trees? And so many of them? The wooden nests belong to the Berlin Tree House exhibition by Biennial artist Tadashi Kawamata. His site-specific constructs are a perfect fit...

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Alltag, Geschichte, Mobilität, Moderne, Urbanität
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Bildende Kunst (Installation)

Im Herbst/Winter 2009 wird so mancher Spaziergänger im Tiergarten eine ungewöhnliche Entdeckung machen: Was machen Hütten hoch oben in den Bäumen? Und das in großer Menge? Die hölzernen Nester gehören zur Ausstellung Berliner Baumhäuser des...

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Yordan Ganevski , Milen Krastev
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mobility, process, site specific
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Visual Arts (general)
Written and spoken word (debate)
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Intercult

KERA is a group of artists and cultural operators based in Varna - a major sea port on the Bulgarian Black Sea. They stand on this territory which is also their home town determined to question culture´s flow towards the country´s capital Sofia. With their activities they strengthen Varna´s role as...

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beauty, body, colonialism, dream, globalisation, interculturalism, metropolises, migration, mobility, perception, popular culture, racism, rebellion, transformation
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Visual Arts (collage, curating art, installation art, performance, sculpture)
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House of World Cultures

Shaheen Merali is an artist, curator, researcher, writer, observer and globetrotter, who absorbs the cultural and social peculiarities of everywhere he visits. His art work has been widely exhibited and he has curated over twenty international exhibitions. Merali holds a BA (Hons) in Fine Art...

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Globalisierung, Interkulturalismus, Körper, Kolonialismus, Metropole, Migration, Mobilität, Populärkultur, Rassismus, Rebellion, Schönheit, Transformation, Traum, Wahrnehmung
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Bildende Kunst (Bildhauerei, Collage, Curating Art, Installation, Performance)

Die kulturellen und sozialen Besonderheiten jedes von ihm besuchten Ortes fängt der Künstler, Kurator, Wissenschaftler, Autor, Beobachter und Globetrotter Shaheen Merali leidenschaftlich ein. Seine Kunst wurde weithin ausgestellt und er kuratierte über 20 internationale...

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Shaheen Merali

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Ausgrenzung, Grenze, Migration, Mobilität, Politik, Pornografie
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Performance)
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House of World Cultures

‘Provocation is a speciality of mine’, says Tanja Ostojić at the start of a text about her actions, which often enough begin with a drum roll. She is a mistress of the plain and provocative statement on the principle that the message is the medium. Medial attention and affront are always...

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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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flight, history, holocaust, mobility, speed
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Visual Arts (photography)
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The Israeli artist Rivka Rinn is a poet of speed whose photographs are taken at 80 to 1100 km/hr from trains and planes. Cities and lands blur along roads and rivers in spaces swiftly crossed. Her photographs are about our fleeting contact with reality in daily life but also about deportation and...

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Flucht, Geschichte, Geschwindigkeit, Holocaust, Mobilität
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Fotografie)

Sie ist eine Poetin der Geschwindigkeit. Bei 80 bis 1100 Stundenkilometern fotografiert die israelische Künstlerin Rivka Rinn aus Zügen und Flugzeugen. Stadt und Land verschmelzen längs der Verkehrswege in diesen flüchtig durchmessenen Räumen. Doch nicht nur der...

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diversity, emigration, interculturalism, mobility, multi-culturalism, urbanity
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Performing Arts (theatre)
Written and spoken word (debate, public speaking)
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Intercult

Originally an actor and theatre director, Chris Torch extended his career into the domains of theatre management, producing and public speaking. Presently he is Artistic Director of Intercult, a production unit for local and international cultural activities, and an outspoken advocate for...

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crossroads:
ambivalence, hybridity, identity, mobility, modernity, satire, Society
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Film (video)
Media Arts (video)
Performing Arts (video performance)
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Haus der Kulturen der Welt

Ming Wong is a multimedia artist living in Berlin and Singapore. In his video installations, he is renowned for his reenactments of scenes from classic movies. His installation, "Life of Imitation,” was Singapore’s official entry at the 53rd Venice Biennale in 2009.

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Crossroads:
Ambivalenz, Hybridität, Identität, Mobilität, Moderne, Satire
Genre (Subgenres):
Film (Video)
Medienkunst (Video)
Performing Arts (Video-Performance)

Ming Wong ist ein in Berlin und Singapur lebender Multimedia-Künstler. In seinen Video- Installationen stellt er meist Szenen aus Filmklassikern nach. 2009 bespielte er mit seiner Installation „Life of Imitation“ bei der 53. Biennale in Venedig den Länder-Pavillon von Singapur.

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Ming Wong