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civil war, conflict, death, democracy, existentialism, freedom, history, human rights, identity, memory, nation, Patriotism, politics, power, prejudice, rebellion, Utopia, violence
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Visual Arts (installation art, performance, photography, video art)
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Albert Heta is one of the youngest of a new generation of artists, currently developing a new experimental approach to art in Kosovo. Working in installation art, photography, performance and video art, Heta´s bold works give expression not only to the experiences of loss and anger of his war-torn...

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Albert Heta

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civilisation, nation, time, war
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Visual Arts (installation art, object)
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BSCC

The game starts with the information about Simon’s education – Janek did not finish an art school, but departments of sociology and psychology at the university in Krakow (Poland). But we won’t tell you about his career in these fields - we will tell you a little bit...

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 Janek Simon

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dictatorship, irony, nation, politics, realism
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Visual Arts (drawing, Happening, installation art, painting, participation art)
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House of World Cultures

Born in São Paulo in 1932 Nelson Leirner has no predilection for winners. The football game in one of his best known works titled “Futebol” (“Football”, 2001) ends in a draw, though he devised it for the World Cup 2006. His artefacts exemplify the change in Brazilian art from adversity to...

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Diktatur, Ironie, Nation, Politik, Realismus
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Bildende Kunst (Happening, Installation, Malerei, partizipatorische Kunst, Zeichnung)

Der 1932 in São Paulo geborene Nelson Leirner mag keine Gewinner. Das Fußballspiel in einem seiner bekanntesten Werke „Futebol“ („Football“, 2001) lässt er unentschieden ausgehen, obwohl er es anlässlich der Fußballweltmeisterschaft schuf. Es ist eine fast emblematische...

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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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Khalil Rabah