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Buseje Bailey
crossroads:
beauty, body
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (photography)
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House of World Cultures

The photographer Rose-Ann Marie Bailey was born in 1971 in Jamaica. In her works she expresses her fascination with light effects and the nature of beauty by concentrating on the structure and sensuality of the human skin.

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Körper, Schönheit
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Fotografie)

Die Fotografin Rose-Ann Marie Bailey wurde 1971 auf Jamaika geboren. Sie ist fasziniert von Lichteffekten und erforscht in ihren Arbeiten das Wesen der Schönheit. Die Beschaffenheit und Sinnlichkeit der Haut sind ein häufiges Sujet ihrer Fotografien.

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colonialism, everyday life, gender
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Performing Arts (performance)
Written and spoken word (dub-poetry, storytelling)
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Jean ‘Binta‘ Breeze was born in Jamaica in 1956. Her poetry readings are a one-woman festival, a cross between literature, reggae rhythms and performances, combining the folklore of her homeland with the experiences of Jamaican immigrants in Europe. They shift easily between Jamaican slang and...

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Alltag, Gender, Kolonialismus, Migration
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Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Dub Poetry, Storytelling)
Performing Arts (Performance)

Die 1956 in Jamaika geborene Jean ‚Binta‘ Breeze erschafft mit ihren Dub Poetry-Auftritten ein ganzes „One-Woman-Festival“; ihre Aufführungen sind Grenzgänge zwischen Literatur, Reggae-Rhythmen und Performance. In der Lyrik ihres Sprechgesangs lässt sie Volkstraditionen, Religion und...

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Jean 'Binta' Breeze

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Music (folk, jazz, mento, Motown, Ska, Skazz)
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Like father, like son, as the British say. A shame then that the familial relationship between bassist Gary Crosby and legendary Jamaican guitarist Ernest Ranglin is actually that of nephew and uncle. It was jazz guitarist Ranglin who developed the hybrid known as Jamaica-jazz, and his nephew...

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Musik (Folk, Jazz, Mento, Motown, Ska, Skazz)

Der Apfel fällt nicht weit vom Stamm, wie man so sagt. Zu schade also, dass die familiäre Beziehung zwischen dem Bassisten Gary Crosby und dem legendären jamaikanischen Gitarristen Ernest Ranglin nicht mehr hergibt als die zwischen Neffe und Onkel. Es war der Jazz-Gitarrist Ranglin,...

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politics, religion
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Music (reggae)
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Lee ´Scratch´ Perry is one of the true originals. His enormous output – over 58 albums and 23 compilations – assures him a place in the pantheon of music makers/producers. Formerly driven by his enormous consumption of marijuana, he foreswore the drug in the 21st century to see ´whether it was the...

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Politik, Religion
Genre (Subgenres):
Musik (Reggae)

Lee „Scratch“ Perry zählt zu den waschechten Originalen. Sein Output – mehr als 58 Alben und 23 Compilations – sichert ihm einen festen Platz im Pantheon der Musikmacher und -produzenten. Um herauszufinden, ob „der Rauch die Musik macht oder Lee Perry” gab er seinen enormen Marihuana-Konsum im...

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Paul
crossroads:
ecology, globalisation, nature, people
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (photography)
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Visiting Arts

Andrew Smith was born in Exeter, England in 1968. He studied Geography at the University of the West Indies in Mona, Jamaica, graduating in 1995. He lives and works in Kingston, Jamaica, teaching photography, exhibiting work and writing for various publications. As a freelance photographer, he...

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Andrew Smith

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crossroads:
civil courage, freedom, human rights, peace, racism, religion, roots
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Music (dub, reggae, Roots)
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What makes the „Twinkle Brothers” an outstanding reggae-band are above all their soulful voices and the melodies alluding to soul and gospel music. But there is just one word to describe their music: “Roots”!

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