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animals, consumerism, ecology, environment, technology, transformation
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"My wife likes to call me a polar researcher...she thinks that makes me sound more sexy than a population ecologist." Ronny Aanes works at the Norwegian Polar Institute (NPI), in Tromsö, Norway. As a population ecologist his major expertise is to understand the mechanisms...

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Minna Weurlander , Gustavo Tomás , Ketil Solberg , Mats Anderson , Andreas Kullberg , Ditlev Damkjaer
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beauty, dream, love, power
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Music (general, tango)
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The Quintet Cosmopolitango was born like the tango itself, in the intersection between different musical styles and traditions. In this quintet, tango , jazz and western art music all receive their natural places and the different kinds of music are weaved together in order to recreate ad...

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emigration, exile, identity, language, living, loneliness, longing, marginalisation, migration, modernity, outsider, people, politics, transition
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Visual Arts (installation art, mixed media, participation art, performance)
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Esra Ersen is a Turkish artist born in Ankara in 1970 and currently living and working in Istanbul. Central to her works are the themes of identity, migration and aspiration. Whether using film, photography, installation or situational activity, Ersen consistently explores the relationship between...

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Esra Ersen

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capitalism, consumerism, deconstruction, ecology, industrialisation, memory, pop-culture, Society, time
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Visual Arts (installation art, land art, object, photography, photomontage, video art)
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Siri Hermansen´s work can be described as an ongoing artistic investigation where the deconstruction and dissecting of reality creates a contrast between the immediate visual observation and the conceptual significance of various objects. The fragments, collected from everyday life, that are...

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Siri Hermansen

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diversity, globalisation, identity, interculturalism, multi-culturalism
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Visual Arts (curating art)
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Marith Hope was educated as an artist in the UK and now works as a curator in Oslo, Norway. She has played and important role in introducing non-western art to Norway and facilitated with her expertise many cross-cultural collaborations.

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Nordisk Teaterlaboratorium
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communication, history, humanity, interculturalism, myth, people, ritual, tradition
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Film (documentary)
Performing Arts (education, happening, interactive performance, performance, ritual, theatre)
Written and spoken word (drama, education, lectures, play, script)
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Odin Teatret is a base for performances, research, pedagogical activity, intercultural and interdisciplinary networking as well as being a meeting point for actors and artists from all over the world. Pedagogical activity takes place in form of seminars, workshops, courses and meetings. Odin...

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 Odin Teatret

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children & youth, dream, everyday life, human rights, people
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Performing Arts (children & youth, dance, education, physical theatre, theatre)
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Taisto Oksanen as born in 1964 in Finland and graduated from The Theatre Academy of Finland in 1993. Since then he has worked as a free-lance actor in theatre, TV and Film. Oksanen also teaches drama at the Theatre Academy of Finland and since 1992 has been involved in the EDERED-ecounters; drama...

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Khaled Ramadan was born in Beirut in 1964. In 1885 he gained his degree in Visual art from the Beirut School of Fine Art and moved to Denmark. He has continued his art education while working as a lecturer, sculptor, curator and writer in Denmark, Germany and Finland. His intention as an artist is...

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Khaled.D Ramadan

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border, civilisation, emigration, history, interculturalism, Judaism
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Music (klezmer)
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Klezmer band Sabbath Hela Veckan is made up of members: Lauri Antila/bass, Peter Bothén/clarinet, soprano saxophone, Andreas Hedwall/trombone, James Friedman/violin, viola, Nils Personne/tenor, soprano and baritone saxophone, bass clarinet and Niklas Sundén/accordion. The group´s...

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flight, Inuit, Utopia, vodou
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Performing Arts (performance, ritual, storytelling, theatre)
Written and spoken word (drama, film script, lectures)
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Åsa Simma was born and grew up in Swedish Lappland, and her Saami identity is crucial to her work. She was educated in Sweden, Denmark and Finland and has worked in Scandinavia, Canada, the U.S., Russia and Japan. In 2000 she was awarded the Håbets prize, and in 2001 became Artistic...

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Åsa Simma

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ambivalence, diversity, everyday life, humanity, identity, lifestyle, living, people, Society, subculture
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Visual Arts (installation art, mixed media, photography, portrait, video art)
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Anne Lise´s works challenge the premises on which our community is based. She investigates the definition of normality and sets the focus on deviations from the norm things that we often believe are universally given, which arouse a sense of ambivalence between the community and the private...

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