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borderline experience, chaos, contrast, dream, laughter, rebellion, transformation
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Media Arts (video)
Performing Arts (installation, performance, physical theatre, ritual, theatre)
Visual Arts (video art)
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Intercult

Absurdist theatre group Akhe from St. Petersburg pushes theatre to its limits. Challenging theatrical creativity with extreme minimalistic props and funding; this avantgardistic troupe explodes on stage. Their shows are in a constant state of flux and sometimes change from performance to...

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 Akhe Theatre

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Mikhalchuk
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ambivalence, borderline experience, gender, identity, power
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (installation art, photography)
Written and spoken word (poetry, Verse)
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Visiting Arts

Anna Alchuk is a poet and an artist who works in video, visual poetry, installation and photography. Her interests lie in the visual manifestations of the collective unconscious of Russia during the Soviet era and today. She reconstructs and re-sites existing images of men and women, or invites...

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Anna Alchuk

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Film (documentary)
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Rudnitskaya made her first steps as a filmmaker working as an Assistant Director at the St. Petersburg Documentary Film Studio.

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 Alina Rudnitskaya

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communication, consumerism, everyday life, identity, people
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (curating art, installation art, object, video art)
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Visiting Arts

Vladimir Arkhipov travels around Russia and its borders, collecting hundreds of items from ordinary people’s homes and gardens for exhibition in his Museum of the Handmade Object. On finding a suitable contribution, he interviews and records audio or video footage of the object’s creator talking...

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Sergei Bodrov
crossroads:
game of luck, war
genre (subgenre):
Film (feature film, thriller)
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House of World Cultures

Born in Russia in 1948, Sergei Bodrov snr. has written more than 20 film scripts and directed a dozen films. His breakthrough came in 1996 with a film version of Kavkazskij Plennik (Prisoner of the Mountains) after Tolstoy, which received many awards, including the international critics’ prize in...

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deutsch
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Glücksspiel, Krieg
Genre (Subgenres):
Film (Kriminalfilm, Literaturverfilmung, Spielfilm, Thriller)

Der 1948 in Russland geborene Sergej Bodrow (Senior) hat inzwischen mehr als 20 Drehbücher geschrieben und ein Dutzend Filme als Regisseur realisiert. Der Durchbruch gelang ihm 1996 mit der Inszenierung von "Kavkazskij Plennik" ("Gefangen im Kaukasus") nach Tolstoi. Der...

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Moderne, Schamanismus, Tradition
Genre (Subgenres):
Musik (Ambient, Jazz, traditioneller jakutischer Gesang)
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House of World Cultures

Die Sängerin und Schauspielerin Stepanida Borissova wurde 1950 in Megino-Khangallas in der sibirischen Sakha-Republik Yakutien geboren.

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Media Arts (education, genetic engineering, nano-tech, science art)
Written and spoken word (art theory)
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Bulatov is an artist, researcher, art theorist performer and, since 1998 curator of the Kaliningrad Branch of the National Centre for Contemporary Art in Russia.

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 Dmitry Bulatov

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Visual Arts (curating art)
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Elena Tsvetaeva is an art-manager, curator and artist born 1965 in Kaliningrad (Russian Federation). Since 1997 she’s been the director of the Kaliningrad Branch of the National Centre for Contemporary Arts.

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 Elena Tsvetaeva

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Media Arts (general)
Visual Arts (general)
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Eugeny Umansky was born 1961 in Nizhni Tagil, Ural, Russia.

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 Eugeny Umansky

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crossroads:
ecology, history, nature, post modernity, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (artefact, cartoon, drawing, graphic, installation art, object, painting, printmaking, sculpture)
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Visiting Arts

Alexander Florensky began his career in the early 1980s as a painter, draughtsman and book illustrator, mainly working on traditional subjects such as landscapes and still-life. In the early 1990s, however, he turned to conceptual art, and began producing installations and objects. By the mid...

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Kaigal-ool Khovalyg , Sayan Bapa , Anatoli Kuular , Alexei Saryglar
crossroads:
communication, nature, spirituality
genre (subgenre):
Music (overtone-singing, throat-singing)
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To western ears the music of Huun-Huur-Tu is intriguingly strange, at the same time contemporary and modern. The four man group has performed on almost all continents and continues touring extensively - at various festivals ranging form jazz to classical.

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