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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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environment, Society, urbanity
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Visual Arts (curating art, drawing, video art)
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James Hutchinson’s practice involves both curatorial and artistic strategies to explore the processes of art production and its support structures. He has recently set up The Salford Restoration Office with his collaborator Lesley Young to commission and produce ‘seemingly anomalous art projects’...

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James Hutchinson

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apartheid, branding, bureaucracy, capitalism, censorship, civil war, communication, conflict, corruption, democracy, dictatorship, history, human rights, politics
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Visual Arts (caricature, cartoon, comic, drawing, graffiti, installation art, performance)
Written and spoken word (criticism, debate)
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Perjovschi uses cartoons and comic illustration to comment on and satirize current social and political issues. His works vary in form from low budget photocopied pamphlets for high circulation to large scale installations.

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Dan Perjovschi