167 results for You searched for genre (Array), organisation (Visiting Arts), language (Danish, English, German, Swedish), page 1 of 17

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body, border, people, sexuality, transformation
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Visual Arts (drawing, graphic, installation art, object, performance, printmaking)
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Tanya Abadjieva was born in 1969 in Bulgaria and studied graphics at the National Academy of Fine Arts. She now works in installation and performance art, as well as printing, drawing. Abadjieva´s installations encourage intensely physical responses by incorporating the viewer entirely: she allows...

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body, censorship, dictatorship, interculturalism, people
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Film (author's film)
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Visual Arts (artefact, drawing, installation art, printmaking, text)
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Born in Romania in 1965, Bogdan Achimescu received his art education in Cluj, Romania and Kraków, Poland. Now a Polish citizen, he lives and works between Poland and the USA. He has held academic positions at several universities in the USA since 1997, currently Visiting Artist at the...

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Bogdan Achimescu

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Christianity, consumerism, love, money, religion
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Visual Arts (installation art, mural painting, performance, video art)
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Dan-Mihail Acostioaei is an emerging Romanian artist, born in 1974, living and working in Iasi. He makes contemporary mural works, performance, installation and video art. His work analyses the impact of consumerism on the traditional society of Romania which is emerging from an era of cultural...

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Nwankwo , Chinedu , Patrick
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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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beauty, harmony, nature
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Design and Crafts (textiles)
Visual Arts (installation art)
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Machiko Agano was initially trained as a weaver, undertaking her education at the Kyoto City University of Arts in Japan. She now creates large installations using basic techniques and equipment and a wide range of materials. Her concern for the simplicity of her materials is contrasted to the...

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consumerism, gender, violence
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Visual Arts (painting, photography)
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Rovena Agolli, hailed as "one of the most promising young artists in Albania" by Edi Muka, Director of the International Center of Culture in Tirana, is a painter and installation artist. Her work explores the tension between the dreams, aspirations and illusions of represented images...

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ambivalence, borderline experience, gender, identity, power
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Visual Arts (installation art, photography)
Written and spoken word (poetry, Verse)
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Anna Alchuk is a poet and an artist who works in video, visual poetry, installation and photography. Her interests lie in the visual manifestations of the collective unconscious of Russia during the Soviet era and today. She reconstructs and re-sites existing images of men and women, or invites...

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Anna Alchuk

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Architecture (general)
Visual Arts (installation art)
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Can Altay was born in 1975 and lives and works in Ankara, Turkey. He describes his practice as, ‘established within the realms of architecture, art, design and theory. It deals with the spatial appropriations, social encounters and forms of human improvisation within urban structures.’

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conflict, heaven, love, mysticism, transformation
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Visual Arts (drawing, painting)
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Based in Osijek, Croatia, Dragan Andjelic is a painter whose works deal with post-conflict disturbance through spirituality and transformation.

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Dragan Andjelic

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emptiness, game of luck, language, memory, time
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Media Arts (digital arts, Internet, multi media installation, programming art, webcasting)
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Lithuanian media artist, Kestutis Andrasiunas was born in 1973 and studied philosophy and sculpture. He lives and works in Vilnius, Lithuania. A media artist, working in digital arts, internet, programming art and multi-media installations, he co-founded Institutio Media with Mindaugas...

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communication, consumerism, everyday life, identity, people
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Visual Arts (curating art, installation art, object, video art)
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Vladimir Arkhipov travels around Russia and its borders, collecting hundreds of items from ordinary people’s homes and gardens for exhibition in his Museum of the Handmade Object. On finding a suitable contribution, he interviews and records audio or video footage of the object’s creator talking...

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