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dream, game of luck, love, water, writing
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Inga Bruvere was born in 1963 in Riga, Latvia. She studied at the Latvian Academy of Art and lives and works in Riga. She is a painter who plays with time, illusion and reality in her work. She has exhibited extensively in the Baltic States with several solo exhibitions in Latvia and Lithuania...

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animals, borderline experience, censorship, corruption, deconstruction, environment, religion, violence
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Visual Arts (environmental art, installation art, painting)
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Latvian artist, Mikelis Fisers, was born in Riga in 1970 where he lives and works. Prominent among the younger generation of Latvian artists, Fisers is robust and unequivocal in his visceral engagement with controversial social and political issues. Painting is a central aspect to his work which...

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borderline experience, imagination, marginalisation, mysticism, transformation
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Film (feature film)
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In spite of his relatively short career, Viesturs Kairiss has already been hailed by audience and critics alike as one of the Baltic States’ finest directors. His work covers a range of performing arts genres – including theatre, opera and cinema. Since the success of his film “Pa ce-am aizejot” he...

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Inese
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beauty, body, consumerism, heaven, perception, stereotype
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Visual Arts (installation art, performance, photography, video art)
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Based in Riga, Latvian artist Monica I Pormale has gained a high profile within the art community for her work exploring interaction between film and visual art, real life and staged situations. stereotypes and anonymity. She works in a range of media, testing conceptual boundaries with energy and...

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body, politics, sexuality, women
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A Canadian Rhodes Scholar with a doctorate in history, Banuta Rubess is a writer and director for theatre, opera, radio and film. Originally from Latvia, Rubess has lived and worked extensively in Canada. She received her education at Queens University in Kingston ( BA Hons in History and Drama)...

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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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Anita Zabilevska is a video and installation artist, born in 1963 in Riga, Latvia and living in Oxford, England since 2000. She graduated in painting at the Latvian Academy of Art, followed by postgraduate studies in philosophy of modern art and architecture at the Central European University in...

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