18 results for You searched for country (Bulgaria), genre (Array), 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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death, existentialism, multi-culturalism, ritual, sexuality, taboo, urbanity
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Music (electronic music, new music)
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Rikard Borggård was born in Sweden in 1964 and is a self-taught composer and musician. Borggård´s main instruments are the piano, sampler as well as electronic "gadgets" and of course the computer. He also composes for violin, accordion and clarinet. Borggård has...

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Rikard Borggård

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Neli Mitewa , Willy Prager , Mila Odajieva , Stefan Shtereff
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Design and Crafts (fashion)
Performing Arts (happening, installation, performance)
Visual Arts (installation art, performance)
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Brain store project is the union of four interdisciplinary artists and their reach out for partnerships and collaborations with local and international colleagues. The possibilities for artistic output, means of artistic expression and performance practice are virtually endless. Understandably, all...

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 Brain Store Project

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diversity, existentialism, imagination, laughter, love, people
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Film (author's film)
Performing Arts (theatre)
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The artistic expression of Nedyalko Delchev ranges from staging the old masters like Gogol and Shakespeare to collaborating with innovative contemporary authors. He writes his own scripts for theatre and film, as well as draws naive miniatures and works in small scale sculpture.

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Nedyalko Delchev

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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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body, death, emotion, existence, irony, site specific, Society
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Performing Arts (Ecstatic theatre, Hermeneutic theatre, Mystification performance, Neo-noir style, Postdramatic theatre)
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Javor Gardev works in the fields of contemporary theatre and contemporary performance art. His artistic search focuses on contemporary dramaturgy, as well as on interpreting classic dramaturgy with the means and aesthetic codes of contemporary pop-culture.

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Javor Gardev

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animals, capitalism, ecology, environment, industrialisation, technology, water
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Written and spoken word (criticism, public speaking)
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Viktor Karamushka is an environmental expert from the Black Seas region. He is based in Ukraine where his work with the UNDP-GEF Black Sea Ecosystem Recovery Project (BSERP) engages specialists, communities and residents of the Black Sea coast and raises awareness of declining environmental...

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Viktor Karamushka

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Yordan Ganevski , Milen Krastev
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mobility, process, site specific
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Visual Arts (general)
Written and spoken word (debate)
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KERA is a group of artists and cultural operators based in Varna - a major sea port on the Bulgarian Black Sea. They stand on this territory which is also their home town determined to question culture´s flow towards the country´s capital Sofia. With their activities they strengthen Varna´s role as...

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border, communication, everyday life, existentialism
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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

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exclusion, exile, existence, gender, history, humanism, identity, language, philosophy, psychoanalysis, Women´s issues
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Written and spoken word (essay, lectures, literary criticism, novel)
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Haus der Kulturen der Welt

Julia Kristeva’s pink blazer is the first thing I see as she opens the Savoy’s gold- trimmed door. Her smile from the foyer tells me she hasn’t finished her first interview of the morning. Can I wait? When we finally drop into our tan leather chairs at the hotel coffee shop and begin our...

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deutsch
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Ausgrenzung, Exil, Gender, Geschichte, Identität, Philosophie, Psychoanalyse, Sprache
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Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Essay, Literaturkritik, Roman, Vorlesung)

Das erste, was ich von Julia Kristeva sehe, ist ihr pinkfarbener Blazer. Als wir in die Ledersessel des Hotelcafés sinken und das Gespräch beginnen, blickt sie mich an. Sie hält den Blick– für die nächsten 30 Minuten. Gestern Abend noch hat die vielfach preisgekrönte...

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Julia Kristeva

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anti-Semitism, border, censorship, dictatorship, emotion, emptiness, freedom, homeland, women
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Music (electronic-urban-traditional-fusion, folk, improvisation, protest music)
Written and spoken word (novel)
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Lola Lafon is a singer, songwriter, performer and author. Her novel Une fièvre impossible à négocier (A fever that cannot be dealt with), an intimate, autobiographical, rebellious story, retelling her own experience as a Romanian teenager catapulted into the poltical and...

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Lola Lafon & LEVA