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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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Christianity, consumerism, love, money, religion
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Visual Arts (installation art, mural painting, performance, video art)
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Dan-Mihail Acostioaei is an emerging Romanian artist, born in 1974, living and working in Iasi. He makes contemporary mural works, performance, installation and video art. His work analyses the impact of consumerism on the traditional society of Romania which is emerging from an era of cultural...

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I started playing the rabbit game on Anca Benera’s website and became increasingly frustrated. The simple act of trying to grab two rabbits at once left me reluctant to move on to discover the rest of her wonderfully animated website. Like the innocent addiction of the amusement arcades, a sinister...

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Anca Benera

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border, conflict, dream, emigration
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Performing Arts (docu-performance, theatre)
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Intercult

The Romanian contemporary reality influenced this young theatre director and playwright to concentrate on the most infernal, painful, grotesque and rotten subjects. Gianina Carbunariu writes and stages work for the 25-30 year-old generation; a generation which is facing a transition period fraught...

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Gianina Carbunariu

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everyday life, gender, identity, perception, stereotype
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Visual Arts (photography)
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Alexandra Croitoru is a photographer, born in Romania in 1975 and living and working in Bucharest. She graduated from the Graphic Department of Arts Academy-Bucharest in 1998. At present she is Assistant Professor in the Photo-Video Department of Bucharest University of Arts. Croitoru is drawn...

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Alexandra Croitoru

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2D , (artistic duo with Mirela Dauceanu 1993-97)
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beauty, body, dream, everyday life, memory
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (photography)
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Romanian artist Aurora Dediu was born in 1970 and is based in Bucharest. Her fine art training was in painting and she graduated from the Academy of Art, Bucharest in 1994. She went on to study for a Masters in Cultural Management under the Ecumest programme in Bucharest, Dijon and Florence in...

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Aurora Dediu

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border, civilisation, everyday life, globalisation, history, industrialisation, site specific, slums, Society, urbanity
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Architecture (general)
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Jacek Dominiczak, born 1954 in Gdansk, Poland, is an architect and educator. He works on dialogic architecture both theory and design methodology, initiated in his doctorate at the Technical University of Gdansk, Poland (1989) - the school where he graduated with a M.A. (1978) and where he used to...

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Jacek Dominiczak

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animals, capitalism, ecology, environment, industrialisation, technology, water
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Written and spoken word (criticism, public speaking)
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Viktor Karamushka is an environmental expert from the Black Seas region. He is based in Ukraine where his work with the UNDP-GEF Black Sea Ecosystem Recovery Project (BSERP) engages specialists, communities and residents of the Black Sea coast and raises awareness of declining environmental...

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Viktor Karamushka

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perception, reality
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Visual Arts (installation art, video art)
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House of World Cultures

What is reality? What can it be, and to what extent can we trust sensations influenced and steered by multimedia? In search of answers the Hungarian artist Szabolcs KissPál playfully arranges experimental models which are impressive in their perfection and both cool and poetic. They combine...

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Realität, Wahrnehmung
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Bildende Kunst (Installation, Videokunst)

Was ist Realität? Was kann Wirklichkeit sein - und wie weit können wir unsereren multimedial beeinflussten und gesteuerten Sinneseindrücken vertrauen? Diesen Fragen geht der ungarische Künstler Szabolcs KissPál nach. Er bedient sich dabei modellhafter Versuchsanordnungen,...

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anti-Semitism, border, censorship, dictatorship, emotion, emptiness, freedom, homeland, women
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Music (electronic-urban-traditional-fusion, folk, improvisation, protest music)
Written and spoken word (novel)
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Intercult

Lola Lafon is a singer, songwriter, performer and author. Her novel Une fièvre impossible à négocier (A fever that cannot be dealt with), an intimate, autobiographical, rebellious story, retelling her own experience as a Romanian teenager catapulted into the poltical and...

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Lola Lafon & LEVA

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body, emotion, nature, politics
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Performing Arts (dance / choreography)
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Starting his career in the turbulent times of the 90s, Cosmin Manolescu is dancing, experimenting and creating performances, but also structures for the young generation of Romanian dancers and choreographers.

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Cosmin Manolescu