14 results for You searched for genre (Array), project (China - Between Past and Future), language (Danish, English, German, Swedish), page 1 of 2

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consumerism, identity
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (installation)
Visual Arts (photography, video art)
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House of World Cultures

Song Dong is an avantgarde installation artist from China. Conceptual interests are at the centre of his practice, which embraces photography, installation and video. Emerging from a strong Beijing-based avantgarde performance art community, Song Dong´s practice explores notions of perception,...

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Song Dong

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children & youth, myth, prejudice
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Wang Gongxin is a Chinese artist, working mainly with video installations on myths between USA and China, children and parents, real and unreal.

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Wang Gongxin

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realism
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Written and spoken word (general)
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International Festival of Literature Berlin (ilb)

Yu Hua was born in Hangzhou in the eastern Chinese province of Zhejiang in 1960. His parents, both doctors, moved with him shortly after his birth to the small town of Haiyan. Here, where at first there "was not even a bicycle", he lived for almost thirty years. The author says,...

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Realismus
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Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (allgemein)

Yu Hua wurde 1960 in Hangzhou in der ostchinesischen Provinz Zhejiang geboren. Seine Eltern, beide Ärzte, zogen kurz nach seiner Geburt in die Kleinstadt Haiyan um. In Haiyan, wo es zunächst „nicht mal ein Fahrrad“ gab, lebte der Autor fast dreißig Jahre lang. „Bis heute stammt...

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Yu Hua

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post-colonialism, women
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Written and spoken word (general)
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International Festival of Literature Berlin (ilb)

ARTIST STATEMENT/ POSTCARD PROJECT OF THE HOUSE OF WORLD CULTURES 2007 ´The one question that I cannot find an answer for is: Why is life so uncontrollable. When a life is about to enter this world or to depart from it, has anybody asked if she/agreed to it? For example, 12,000 years ago when...

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deutsch
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Frauen, Postkolonialismus
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Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (allgemein)

Zhang Jie wurde 1937 in Peking, China, geboren. Sie wuchs als Tochter einer Volksschullehrerin ohne Vater auf und wurde, entgegen ihrer Hoffnung auf ein Studium der Literatur, dem Studium der Planungswissenschaften an der Volksuniversität Peking zugeteilt.

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The Chinese photographer Hong Lei belongs to a generation of young Chinese photographers, who portray rapidly changing China.

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In his home town Beijing the performance artist Li Wei sometimes hovers as a green emblem on a red flag, sometimes stands upside down with his head hidden below paving slabs, and is sometimes face to face with his wife and baby at a dizzying height on a steel scaffold. His mirror-performances are...

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Familie, Grenzerfahrung
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Bildende Kunst (Performance)

Mal schwebt der in Beijing lebende Performance-Künstler Li Wei als grünes Logo auf einer roten Fahne, mal steckt er kopfüber im Straßenpflaster oder trifft sich mit Frau und Baby in schwindelerregender Höhe auf einem Stahlträger. Bei seinen Spiegel-Performances setzt...

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Wei Li

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The Chinese photographer, Bai Yi Luo, is a sharp observer of a modern and changing China.

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Bai Yi Luo

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metropolises, modernity, terrorism
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (photography)
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Chen Shaoxiong is a young installation artist, reflecting modern China - with video, photo, etc.

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Chen Shaoxiong

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anxiety, dictatorship
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Visual Arts (installation art, sculpture)
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Visiting Arts

Born in 1956 in Singtao, China, Sui Jianguo is a sculptor who works in hard, heavy materials. His techniques create a relationship of association and confrontation between his materials, which reflect his perception of life and his internal conflicts.

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branding, capitalism, consumerism, modernity, tradition
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Visual Arts (photography)
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Qingsong Wang works in documentary, staged and scroll photography, computer generated images and sculpture. He focuses on the contradictions of contemporary Chinese social reality generated by the country’s rapid economic development and from western influence. Many of his works critique the...

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Qingsong Wang

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crossroads:
nature
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Performing Arts (installation, interactive performance)
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Yin Xiuzhen is one of the most active woman artists in today´s China. She is an avantgarde installation artist, mirroring the environment around her. She began showing her work in the late eighties, around the time she graduated from the Beijing Capital Normal University. In recent years she...

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Yin Xiuzhen