19 results for You searched for genre (Array), project (Spike Island International Fellowship 2001), language (Danish, English, German, Swedish), page 1 of 2

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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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consumerism, gender, violence
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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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anxiety, marginalisation, poverty, power
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Damic Babic is one of the most startling young artists currently practising in Croatia. Remaining independent of the trends that influence the contemporary Croatian art scene, he creates uncompromising works that make powerful yet sensitive statements about the poverty that afflicts many in Croatia...

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everyday life, gender, identity, perception, stereotype
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Visual Arts (photography)
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Alexandra Croitoru is a photographer, born in Romania in 1975 and living and working in Bucharest. She graduated from the Graphic Department of Arts Academy-Bucharest in 1998. At present she is Assistant Professor in the Photo-Video Department of Bucharest University of Arts. Croitoru is drawn...

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Alexandra Croitoru

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beauty, body, dream, everyday life, memory
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Visual Arts (photography)
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Romanian artist Aurora Dediu was born in 1970 and is based in Bucharest. Her fine art training was in painting and she graduated from the Academy of Art, Bucharest in 1994. She went on to study for a Masters in Cultural Management under the Ecumest programme in Bucharest, Dijon and Florence in...

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Aurora Dediu

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Boriana , Borjana
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body, death, gender, identity, marginalisation, modernity, pain, pop-culture, post modernity, revolution, technology, transformation, violence
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Design and Crafts (graphic design)
Film (author's film, short film, thriller, video)
Media Arts (digital arts, Internet, sound art)
Visual Arts (cartoon, comic, curating art, drawing, mural painting, painting, performance, photography, text, video art)
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Boryana Dragoeva received a classical training in art, graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1997. Since then, however, she has become one of the most interesting young video artists in Bulgaria, engaged in creating innovative multimedia shows and internet presentations...

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deconstruction, everyday life, identity, media, post-colonialism, power
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Media Arts (multi media installation, video)
Visual Arts (performance, photography)
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Vesna Dunimagloska is an installation and performance artist living and working in Bitola, Macedonia. Born there in 1976, she studied art in Skopje and Belgrade. Her works have been presented at exhibitions and festivals in Eastern and Western Europe. In 2002 Dunimagloska was awarded a residency...

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Gabriel Glid is a sculptor based in Belgrade. He works in metal, glass and wood and has exhibited mostly in Yugoslavia with a number of international shows in recent years. He has won several awards in his country and is recognised as one of the leading exponents of the Yugoslav visual arts scene.

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Gabriel Glid

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conflict, history, identity, media, memory
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Visual Arts (drawing, installation art, photography, video art)
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Ivan Grubanov was born in Belgrade in 1976 and graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade in painting. Since 2002 he has lived in Amsterdam, working at the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten. Grubanov belongs to the young generation of Yugoslav and Serbian artists which grew up in a...

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Ivan Grubanov

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civil war, conflict, death, democracy, existentialism, freedom, history, human rights, identity, memory, nation, Patriotism, politics, power, prejudice, rebellion, Utopia, violence
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Visual Arts (installation art, performance, photography, video art)
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Albert Heta is one of the youngest of a new generation of artists, currently developing a new experimental approach to art in Kosovo. Working in installation art, photography, performance and video art, Heta´s bold works give expression not only to the experiences of loss and anger of his war-torn...

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Albert Heta

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Visual Arts (installation art, performance, video art)
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Although Daniela Kostova received a classical training in painting, she has become one of the most exciting young Bulgarian artists. She works mainly in video, performance and installation art and almost always produces works that are interactive or site-specific. She deals with issues of self and...

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Daniela Kostova