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Born in Belgrade in 1946, Marina Abramoviç is one of the most important performance artists of our time. In her performances she tests social taboos and her body´s limits of endurance. For Marina Abromoviç the body is raw material for artistic, aesthetic and ethical practice. After...

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Gender, Gewalt, Grenzerfahrung, Sexualität
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Performing Arts (Performance)

Die 1946 in Belgrad geborene Marina Abramoviç ist eine der bedeutendsten Performance-Künstlerinnen unserer Zeit. Sie testet in ihren Kunstaktionen die Grenzen der Belastbarkeit des eigenen Körpers genauso aus wie gesellschaftliche Tabus. Der Körper ist für...

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Marina Abramoviç

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Dijana Milosevic , Maja Mitic , Sanja Krsmanovic Tasic , Alexandra Jelic , Jadranka Andjelic
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emigration, history, love, time, violence, war
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Performing Arts (theatre)
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Intercult

DAH Theatre was formed in June 1991 as the first theatrical laboratory in Yugoslavia. It is an independent company concerned with the development of contemporary theatre. By its experimental work the theatre stimulates the potential of artists and individuals to contribute to the society in...

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deconstruction, everyday life, identity, media, post-colonialism, power
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Media Arts (multi media installation, video)
Visual Arts (performance, photography)
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Vesna Dunimagloska is an installation and performance artist living and working in Bitola, Macedonia. Born there in 1976, she studied art in Skopje and Belgrade. Her works have been presented at exhibitions and festivals in Eastern and Western Europe. In 2002 Dunimagloska was awarded a residency...

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everyday life
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Visual Arts (sculpture)
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Gabriel Glid is a sculptor based in Belgrade. He works in metal, glass and wood and has exhibited mostly in Yugoslavia with a number of international shows in recent years. He has won several awards in his country and is recognised as one of the leading exponents of the Yugoslav visual arts scene.

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Gabriel Glid

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conflict, history, identity, media, memory
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Visual Arts (drawing, installation art, photography, video art)
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Ivan Grubanov was born in Belgrade in 1976 and graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade in painting. Since 2002 he has lived in Amsterdam, working at the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten. Grubanov belongs to the young generation of Yugoslav and Serbian artists which grew up in a...

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Ivan Grubanov

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children & youth, dream, everyday life, human rights, people
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Performing Arts (children & youth, dance, education, physical theatre, theatre)
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Taisto Oksanen as born in 1964 in Finland and graduated from The Theatre Academy of Finland in 1993. Since then he has worked as a free-lance actor in theatre, TV and Film. Oksanen also teaches drama at the Theatre Academy of Finland and since 1992 has been involved in the EDERED-ecounters; drama...

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Ausgrenzung, Grenze, Migration, Mobilität, Politik, Pornografie
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Bildende Kunst (Performance)
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‘Provocation is a speciality of mine’, says Tanja Ostojić at the start of a text about her actions, which often enough begin with a drum roll. She is a mistress of the plain and provocative statement on the principle that the message is the medium. Medial attention and affront are always...

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civil courage, democracy, human rights, humanity
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Borka Pavicevic was born in Kotor (Montenegro) in 1947. She graduated from the Academy for Theatre, Film, Radio and TV in Belgrade in 1971. She has worked as dramaturg and publisher. In 1994 Borka Pavicevic founded the Centre for Cultural Decontamination to counteract the politics of Milosevic and...

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Borka Pavicevic

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Dragan Protic & Djordje Balmazovic
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beauty, borderline experience, communication, contrast, democracy, everyday life, humanity, identity, imagination, interculturalism, subculture, turning point
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Performing Arts (happening, installation, interactive performance)
Visual Arts (collage, installation art, performance, photomontage, text)
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The group SKART (scraps) was founded in 1990 in the adandoned graphic studio at the faculty of Architecture in Belgrade, former Yugoslavia. After their training in classical graphic disciplines, group members Djordje Balzamovic and Dragan Protic started conveying their new experiences in books and...

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humanity, identity, living
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Performing Arts (theatre)
Written and spoken word (drama, play)
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"Allow me to present myself: I am a human being which one stole the identity. Of me, thet only thing which I then affirm with certainty, is that I am a woman, that I am on the threshold of maturity and that I live in Europe, per hour of the change of millenium. Alll the remainder is rather...

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body, perception, post modernity, technology, violence
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Media Arts (multi media installation)
Visual Arts (body art, installation art, photography, video art)
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Media artist, Zoran Todorovic was born in Belgrade in 1965 where he lives and works as Teaching Assistant in the Faculty of Fine Arts. He studied painting but is now best known for his new media and video works. His work has been shown in many leading media art institutions and events in Europe...

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