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emotion, energy, freedom, interdisciplinarity, revolution
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Music (improvisation, jazz)
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Mikolaj Trzaska is a musician – saxophonist, bass clarinettist and composer. He is one of the founders of the yass scene in Poland (yass is an improvised avant-garde of jazz music). He works together with many recognized musicians and plays in different line-ups. His solo career is an...

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Mikolaj  Trzaska

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body, censorship, dictatorship, interculturalism, people
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Film (author's film)
Media Arts (digital arts, video)
Visual Arts (artefact, drawing, installation art, printmaking, text)
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Born in Romania in 1965, Bogdan Achimescu received his art education in Cluj, Romania and Kraków, Poland. Now a Polish citizen, he lives and works between Poland and the USA. He has held academic positions at several universities in the USA since 1997, currently Visiting Artist at the...

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Bogdan Achimescu

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Visual Arts (photography, sculpture, video art)
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Though in her work Michowska deals with photography and video, sculpture was the one that shaped her artistic overview. Harmony, references to mythology and history, symbiosis with the surrounding are characteristic to her objects.

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 Agata Michowska

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Visual Arts (installation art, painting)
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Kalinowska´s art is filled with material, often old and needless, objects - strings, gums balloons, confetti but also machines, technical devices and photographs. But there is, seemingly, no space for a human being.

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 Agnieszka Kalinowska

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media
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Written and spoken word (media debate)
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As a sociologist, new media expert, activist whose work is focused on free culture, digital technologies and media convergence Tarkowski knows very well that "common" doesn´t mean "for everyone". Not yet.

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 Alek Tarkowski

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apartheid, borderline experience, exclusion, justice, reality
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Visual Arts (Conceptual Art, installation art, participation art, performance, portrait, sculpture, video art)
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House of World Cultures

"I believe in shamanistic art, in working with one´s outer and inner worlds and learning about oneself amid the universe, amid others and amid the many ´selves´ - people, animals and plants. This will change my picture of the world, or worldview, on a number of occasions, no doubt, as I...

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Außenseiter, Ausgrenzung, Gerechtigkeit, Grenzerfahrung, Realität, Spiritualität
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Bildende Kunst (Bildhauerei, Installation, Konzeptkunst, partizipatorische Kunst, Performance, Porträt, Videokunst)

„Ich glaube an die Kunst, die aus dem Schamanismus entstanden ist, an die Arbeit mit der Welt rundum und mit meiner Welt (in der Mitte), an das Kennenlernen seiner selbst in Bezug auf den Kosmos und in Bezug zu den Anderen. Seiner selbst unter vielen „Ichs“ – Menschen, Tiere, Pflanzen. Das wird mit...

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Pawel Althamer

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Visual Arts (body art, painting, photography)
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Andrzej Karmasz is engaged in photography and painting. His works are an exemplification of feminization of a male body and a blur of gender attribute. During the stay in Japan Karmasz made a series of self-portraits with a common denominator: on all the pictures the artist had a characterization...

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 Andrzej Karmasz

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Performing Arts (general)
Visual Arts (body art, installation art, object, sculpture, video art)
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Anna Baumgart was born in 1966 in Wroclaw, Poland. She is a multimedia artist who represents a feminism focused on personal, often hidden, problems and obsessions.

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 Anna Baumgart

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art business, Humour, irony, language
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (video art)
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House of World Cultures

ARTIST STATEMENT/ POSTCARD PROJECT OF THE HOUSE OF WORLD CULTURES 2007 “I live in a country, which for 18 years has undergone unprecedented changes in its system. These changes don’t apply to the way of governance or the civil self-administration but they are rather changes in the mentality of...

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Music (heavy metal)
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Since the beginning of its work Bad Taste was trying to focus on playing own compositions – many of them were influenced by such legends as Megadeth, Black Sabbat, Ozzy Osbourne, Deep Purple, Pantera, Turbo, TSA that were the biggest inspiration for the musicians of Bad Taste. In 2002...

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 Bad Taste

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Bartek Wysocki (born 1982) is a sociologist. Graduated in 2006 of the University of Gdansk. He has written his MA thesis on the “Internet as a factor of IT society”. In 2006 graduated the postgraduate studies “Architecture + Dialogue” on the Academy of Fine...

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