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children & youth, death, deconstruction, interdisciplinarity, media, memory, mysticism, myth, religion, ritual, spirituality, time, transformation, war
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Visual Arts (installation art)
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Bell developed a poetic dialogue between his elements, finding metaphors for these tender human concerns. Evolving gradually both through intellectual thought processes and through practical issues of material and formal considerations, he reaches out for that state between sense and reason which...

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Roddy Bell

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civilisation, everyday life, metropolises, nature, water
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Visual Arts (curating art, drawing, installation art, object, photography, sculpture)
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Intercult

When people migrate, thoughts, ideas, dreams and objects travel with them, all of which are important links with the past. Migrants become strangers to those they leave behind, and are strangers on arrival at their destination since migration produces loneliness. Migrants need thier own space, a...

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Tomasz Boncza Ozdowski

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interculturalism, multi-culturalism, wind
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Architecture (Feng shui, Interior design)
Visual Arts (object, painting, sculpture)
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The art critic from Dagbladet wrote that Mai Cheng Zheng´s "long journeys into remote cultural sources have given her paintings a hybrid character." Here the magic masks of pre-Colombian Maya-culture are neighbors of Chinese calligraphy, and Egyptian hieroglyphs are joined by the...

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Mai Cheng

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religion, spirituality, tradition
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Music (folk)
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They cannot be blamed for omitting to give a caution: “WARNING: Drums, fiddle and accordion may cause severe addiction” is written on Flukt’s record “Drufiacc”. Well, and that’s just how it is.

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 Flukt

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Detachment, Distance, emotion, history, politics
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Music (general)
Performing Arts (performance, theatre)
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No Doctor for the Dead is an intimate concert performance. The aim of this work has been to bring out the poetic texts and support them through music and movement in a bold and expressive style. They are texts with a special sensitivity to political, historical and social questions like war, peace,...

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border, communication, identity, time, transformation
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Design and Crafts (textiles)
Visual Arts (drawing, installation art, object, painting, sculpture)
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Danuta Haremska`s objects and pictures present us with rooms and receptacles that appear to be closed. These works give the impression they are concealing secrets, keeping them safe from the eyes of any observer. But what is it the objects wish to hide and protect? The answer to this question...

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Danuta Haremska

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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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Marith Hope

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apartheid, exile
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Visual Arts (graphic, painting)
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House of World Cultures

In the 70s the South African artist Gavin Jantjes used his art to speak out loud and clear against the policy of apartheid. Above all his “South African Colouring Book” (1974/1975) was a radical stocktaking of South African reality, at once documentation and indictment. The regime was not long in...

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Apartheid, Exil
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Bildende Kunst (Grafik, Malerei)

Der südafrikanische Künstler Gavin Jantjes bezog mit seiner Kunst in den siebziger Jahren unmissverständlich Position gegen die Politik der Apartheid. Vor allem mit seinem „South African Colouring Book“ (1974/1975) schuf er eine radikale Zustandsbeschreibung der südafrikanischen...

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New Dawn Artists
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Film (bollywood, commercial film, feature film)
Performing Arts (dance / Bharata Natyam, dance / Kathakali, theatre)
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Even in the times where she was a student at the controversial Nordic Black Theater Theater School, Sophia enraptured audiences with her performances. In her graduation project, she starred in the weighty intellectual "Confessions At Dawn", showing her ability to master long monologues....

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Sophia Kaushal

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contrast, imagination
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Visual Arts (installation art, sculpture)
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When Eva Kun works in the bordering areas between sculpture and architecture, i.e. in what lies between the arts, as defined by Greenberg and Fried, she breaks from the central dogma of the Greenbergian and Friedian comprehension of modernism. There is also another area where she makes this break....

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