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body, censorship, dictatorship, interculturalism, people
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Film (author's film)
Media Arts (digital arts, video)
Visual Arts (artefact, drawing, installation art, printmaking, text)
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Born in Romania in 1965, Bogdan Achimescu received his art education in Cluj, Romania and Kraków, Poland. Now a Polish citizen, he lives and works between Poland and the USA. He has held academic positions at several universities in the USA since 1997, currently Visiting Artist at the...

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Bogdan Achimescu

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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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Intercult

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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Jacek Dominiczak

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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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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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Intercult

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

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body, emotion, nature, politics
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Performing Arts (dance / choreography)
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Starting his career in the turbulent times of the 90s, Cosmin Manolescu is dancing, experimenting and creating performances, but also structures for the young generation of Romanian dancers and choreographers.

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Cosmin Manolescu

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Identität, Kunstbetrieb, Migration, Politik
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Bildende Kunst (Installation, partizipatorische Kunst)
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House of World Cultures

Péter Levente Szábo arbeitet wie viele junge Künstler in Ungarn gleich in mehreren Gemeinschaftsprojekten mit Künstlerkollegen und macht darüber hinaus mit der Gruppe Alergische Platze elektronische Experimentalmusik. Seine Werke im Kunstkontext berühren...

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Sergei Klein , Andrei Sechkovski
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children & youth, communication, everyday life, existentialism, globalisation, identity, outsider, politics, roots, urbanity, youth
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Music (ambient, electronic music, electronic-urban-traditional-fusion, improvisation, jazz, live computer music, techno, world jazz)
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Initiated in Odessa, Ukraine in 2003 by poet/DJ Sergei Klein (vargan (mouth-harp) and bamboo flute) and experimental electronics musician Andrei Sechkovski, Ukr.tele.kom was initially conceived as a sound-sources exchange program between Germany, Russia and Ukraine, with strong emphasis on...

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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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Mikolaj  Trzaska

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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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Christianity, consumerism, love, money, religion
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Visual Arts (installation art, mural painting, performance, video art)
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Dan-Mihail Acostioaei is an emerging Romanian artist, born in 1974, living and working in Iasi. He makes contemporary mural works, performance, installation and video art. His work analyses the impact of consumerism on the traditional society of Romania which is emerging from an era of cultural...

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Visual Arts (photography, sculpture, video art)
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Though in her work Michowska deals with photography and video, sculpture was the one that shaped her artistic overview. Harmony, references to mythology and history, symbiosis with the surrounding are characteristic to her objects.

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 Agata Michowska