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Written and spoken word (essay, novel, poetry, prose, public speaking)
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Yuri Andrukhovych is a novelist, essayist and a poet - one of the leading Ukrainian prose writers of today. He is a postmodernist author, who has radically renewed Ukrainian poetry. Andrukhovych is also famous from his participation in the Orange Revolution and, quite surprisingly, as one of the...

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Yuri Andrukhovych

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death, humanism, interdisciplinarity, power, Society
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Performing Arts (theatre)
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A major profile in contemporary Ukrainian Theatre, director Dmytro Bogomazov points in new directions.

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Dmytro Bogomazov

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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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Esther Simpson , Paul Long , David Parkin , Steve Gibbs - Watch This Space
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civilisation, communication, contrast, diversity, environment, Humour, interdisciplinarity, people, post modernity, site specific, technology, youth
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Media Arts (multi media installation, sound art, webcasting)
Music (Art music)
Performing Arts (interactive performance, video performance)
Visual Arts (installation art, video art)
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It takes a grand dose of humour and playfulness for UK based performance group to call themselves by a French slang description of a Parisian working person’s life – metro, boulot (work) and dodo (a dimminutive for sleep).

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capitalism, everyday life, loneliness, longing, outsider, people
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Visual Arts (photography)
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Photographer Boris Mikhailov was born in 1938 in Kharkov and is recognised as one of the most important artists to have emerged from the former Soviet Union. He lives and works in Kharkov and Berlin. For over thirty years his photographs have explored the position of the individual, creating...

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Music (classical music, composition, contemporary music, general, theatre)
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The reigning queen of the Odessa new music scene, Karmella Tsepkolenko composes, teaches and organises festivals and cultural events.

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Sergei Klein , Andrei Sechkovski
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children & youth, communication, everyday life, existentialism, globalisation, identity, outsider, politics, roots, urbanity, youth
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Music (ambient, electronic music, electronic-urban-traditional-fusion, improvisation, jazz, live computer music, techno, world jazz)
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Initiated in Odessa, Ukraine in 2003 by poet/DJ Sergei Klein (vargan (mouth-harp) and bamboo flute) and experimental electronics musician Andrei Sechkovski, Ukr.tele.kom was initially conceived as a sound-sources exchange program between Germany, Russia and Ukraine, with strong emphasis on...

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