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Nwankwo , Chinedu , Patrick
crossroads:
anxiety, beauty, birth, conflict, ecology, peace
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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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crossroads:
conflict, environment, peace
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Music (composition)
Visual Arts (installation art)
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Born in Angola in 1960 of Portuguese descent, Victor Gama is a composer, designer, sound artist and electronics engineer. He studied the kissange (Angolan thumb piano), the hungo (Angolan musical bow) and trained as a guitarist at the Lisbon Music Academy. He graduated in electronics engineering in...

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Victor Gama

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peace, religion, spirituality
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Written and spoken word (lectures)
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DCCD

Sister Jayanti has made her life into a tireless work for peace and women´s rights. She bridges Eastern wisdom and Western education. She is European Director of the Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU) and their NGO Representative to the United Nations, Geneva. In her speeches...

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Sister Jayanti

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Christianity, interculturalism, peace, sexuality, spirituality
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Visual Arts (sculpture)
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Zimbabwean artist George Mubayi was born in 1972, son of the pioneering stone sculptor Sylvester Mubayi. His father taught him to sculpt and in 1996 George Mubayi dedicated himself to a full-time career as a stone sculptor. Since 1998 he has exhibited and travelled to international workshops in...

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George Mubayi

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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
Genre (Subgenres):
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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Cesar
crossroads:
beauty, ecology, love, nature, peace
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Visual Arts (painting)
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Raul Saints Zerpa, known by the name Santoserpa, was born in Villa Clara in Cuba in 1939. He lives and works as a painter in Havana. His flowing abstract paintings take their inspiration in nature and the environment. He has had 29 solo exhibitions in Cuba and abroad and participated in over 330...

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crossroads:
balance, love, peace
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Music (Alternative, electro pop, electronic music)
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Flower power is in the air again. In the Pakistani town of Peshawar, of all places, in the turbulent North-West Frontier Province. A place close to Afghanistan, where the Pashto clans stick together and human bombs could go off nearby at any moment. "Ours is a world of drugs, suicide bombers...

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other language:
deutsch
Crossroads:
Frieden, Gleichgewicht, Liebe
Genre (Subgenres):
Musik (Alternative, Electro Pop, elektronische Musik)

Es flowerpowert. Ausgerechnet aus dem pakistanischen Peshawar, dem Herz der turbulenten North-West Frontier Province Pakistans. Da, wo Afghanistan nah ist, die Paschtunenclans miteinander kungeln und einem ständig und überall menschliche Bomben um die Ohren fliegen können. „Unsere...

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crossroads:
body, memory, pain, peace, people
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (etching, painting, portrait, printmaking, sculpture)
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Chandraguptha Thenuwara is a leading Sri Lankan artist. Born in Galle in 1960, he studied painting in Colombo and Moscow. He is Director of the Vibhavi Academy of Fine Arts in Colombo which he founded in 1993 and Lecturer of Aesthetic Studies at the University of Colombo. He has an active career...

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beauty, earth, memory, peace, time, transformation
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Visual Arts (painting)
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South African artist Jill Trappler was born in 1957 in Benoni and studied at the Johannesburg Art Foundation. A weaver by profession, she is known for her vivid abstract paintings, strong commitment to artists’ development and socially engaged arts projects. She was involved in founding and...

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Jill Trappler

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crossroads:
civil courage, freedom, human rights, peace, racism, religion, roots
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Music (dub, reggae, Roots)
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What makes the „Twinkle Brothers” an outstanding reggae-band are above all their soulful voices and the melodies alluding to soul and gospel music. But there is just one word to describe their music: “Roots”!

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