19 results for You searched for genre (Array), project (SEAS Events 2004), language (Danish, English, German, Swedish), page 1 of 2

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emotion, energy, freedom, interdisciplinarity, revolution
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Music (improvisation, jazz)
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Mikolaj Trzaska is a musician – saxophonist, bass clarinettist and composer. He is one of the founders of the yass scene in Poland (yass is an improvised avant-garde of jazz music). He works together with many recognized musicians and plays in different line-ups. His solo career is an...

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Performing Arts (dance / choreography, dance / modern)
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Leszek Bzdyl is a dancer, choreographer, stage director and modern dance lecturer. He has extensive collaborative experience with theatres both in Poland and abroad, and is the founder and artistic director of Dada von Bzdulow Theatre in Poland.

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Leszek Bzdyl

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Davies has a total of 30 years as a festival programmer and organiser of 44 international festivals and initiator / head of 9 national and international arts organisations, 5 of these were indeed founded by him.

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beauty, perception
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Performing Arts (happening, installation, performance, theatre)
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Kirsten Dehlholm is the founder and artistic director of Hotel Pro Forma; a vehicle for visual composition at the boundary of performance and exhibition. Every new production is a new experiment and contains double staging; partly of its contents and the space and partly of the notion of theatre...

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Kirsten Dehlholm

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border, civilisation, everyday life, globalisation, history, industrialisation, site specific, slums, Society, urbanity
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Architecture (general)
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Jacek Dominiczak, born 1954 in Gdansk, Poland, is an architect and educator. He works on dialogic architecture both theory and design methodology, initiated in his doctorate at the Technical University of Gdansk, Poland (1989) - the school where he graduated with a M.A. (1978) and where he used to...

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Ingrid Falk & , Gustavo Augerre
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border, marginalisation, metropolises
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Performing Arts (installation)
Visual Arts (education, installation art, performance, photography, video art)
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"We add the first letter of the artist´s, or other participants, surname to the group´s name, forming constellations like FAWE, FAWPM, FALL, FAKP, subtitles for cataloguing the works. An important part of FA+ strategy is the flexibility in front of each project; the concepts, the people we...

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Performing Arts (dance, dance / choreography)
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Award winning dancer and choreographer Matjaz Faric was born in 1965 In Slovenia, then a part of Yugoslavia. He established his reputation in the field of dance both nationally and internationally during the 1980s. He is now Slovenia’s foremost contemporary choreographer – establishing Slovenian...

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Aksioma.org
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body, guerrilla, identity, media, technology
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Media Arts (general, Internet, multi media installation)
Music (electronic-urban-traditional-fusion)
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Davide Grassi was born in Italy in 1970. In 1994 he graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan. The following year he moved to Ljubljana, Slovenia where he is still based. His artwork investigates the possibilities offered by new media, while maintaining a strong connection with society and...

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Davide Grassi

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Film (documentary)
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Prosewriter and playwright Marius Ivaskevicius was born 1973 in Lithuania and represents the youngest generation of Lithuanian writers.He completed his studies in linguistics in 1997 and has since then been working as a writer and director and for television. His plays and prose have been...

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Marius Ivaskevicius

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civilisation, communication, democracy, globalisation, humanity, interculturalism
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It is easy to say that you understand the need for pluralism. What is important however is what you do with your opinion. Instead of using the word ´pluralism´, then, I would rather talk about ´interculturalism´, since this word implies an active strategy for increasing dialogue. Interculturalism...

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Dragan Klaic

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"The body has the responsibility of incarnating" writes dancer and choreographer Michela Lucenti who despite a varied and busy career has vowed to not forget the necesssity of dancing every day. If we do not realize the importance of creating situations that help us grow every day as men...

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