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Park Pyong Chon , Park Pyong Woon , Park Hwan Young , Kim Oh Hyun , Lee Tae Baek , Lee Suk Joo , Chong Suk Cha , Kim Min Ja , Park Mi Ouk , Song Soon Dan , Lim Soo Jung , Kang Eun Yung , Genre
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ritual, shamanism, tradition
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Music (general)
Performing Arts (dance)
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The traditional music and dance ensemble "Chindo Ssikkim Kut Preservation Group", which is comprised of 12 people, was founded by Park Pyong-Chon, an expert of shamanistic ritual. It is the only group in the world which has mastered the "Chindo Sikkim Kut” ritual.

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Crossroads:
Ritual, Schamanismus, Tradition
Genre (Subgenres):
Musik (allgemein)
Performing Arts (Tanz)

Das 12-köpfige traditionelle Musik- und Tanzensemble "Chindo Ssikkim Kut Preservation Group" wurde von Park Pyong-Chon, einem Meister des schamanistischen Rituals, gegründet. Es ist weltweit die einzige Gruppe, die das Ritual "Chindo Sikkim Kut" beherrscht.

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 Chindo Ssikkim Kut Preservation Group

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Buddhism, shamanism, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Music (percussion)
Performing Arts (dance)
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Over the years and through his extensive work as a performing artist, teacher, and artistic director, Kim Duk Soo has been recognized as one of the fifty most influential figures in Korea over the last five decades.

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Kim Duk-Soo

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borderline experience, civilisation, contrast
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (installation)
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Gimhongsok is a Korean installation artist, co-ordinator and entertainer. His works has been exhibited at the Venice Biennale.

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Sin Cha Hong is one of Korea´s most influential artists of the 20th century. She is the first avantgarde modern dancer in Korea, she is famous as a meditation master, and also a best-seller writer. Her works are dealing with themes like life and death, human and nature.

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Sin Cha Hong

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consumerism, modernity
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (installation art)
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Female installation artist, Sora Kim, is among Korea´s avantgarde artists.

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Sora Kim

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beauty, communication, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Music (new music)
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Through her performances and compositions, the queen of the Korean komungo, Jin Hi Kim, has revived this courtly zither played traditionally only by men. Indeed it was for her alone that the Canadian Joseph Yanuziello developed the world´s only electrical version of the instrument. In more than 20...

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Crossroads:
Kommunikation, Schönheit, Tradition
Genre (Subgenres):
Musik (Neue Musik)

Die koreanische Komungo-Spielerin und Komponistin Jin Hi Kim hat die traditionelle Zither der koreanischen Hofmusik, die eigentlich Männern vorbehalten war, in das 21. Jahrhundert gerettet. Eigens für sie hat der Kanadier Joseph Yanuziello die einzige elektrische Komungo der Welt...

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Jin Hi Kim

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homeland, identity, memory
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (installation art, photography)
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Born in Busan in the south of Korea in 1949, Okyohn Lee studied in Seoul, where she joined the avant-garde in the 1970s. She moved to Berlin in 1984 and has been working on long-term projects involving installations and photography since the start of the 1990s, with themes including ´Global...

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Crossroads:
Erinnerung, Heimat, Identität
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Fotografie, Installation)

Okyohn Lee, 1949 in Busan, Südkorea geboren, studierte in Seoul, wo sie in den siebziger Jahren zur künstlerischen Avantgarde gehörte. 1984 verlegte sie ihren Wohnsitz nach Berlin. Mit den Mitteln der Installation und der Fotografie arbeitet sie seit Anfang der neunziger Jahre in...

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Okyohn Lee

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Buddhism, memory, tradition, trance
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Music (percussion)
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The definite trend and characteristics of Korean culture is feminine, relaxed and full of the spirit of nature. SamulNori incarnates the soul of Korea in past and future. SamulNori has performed all over the world and has collaborated with many highly acclaimed musicians from around the world...

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 SamulNori

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everyday life
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (installation)
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Jung Yeondoo is one of Korea´s outstanding photo artists. He photographed people enjoying ballroom dancing in their spare time in the 2001 work "Borame Dance Hall." In the triennial exhibit, "Evergreen Tower," he selected 34 households from within typical rented apartments, took...

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Jung Yeondoo