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civilisation, ecology, humanity
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Visual Arts (installation art, object, sculpture)
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Mohammed Ibrahim joins man and nature and reveals their presence to each other as well as the argued relation between them. Ibrahim as an artist stresses ecological issues in the community and presenting them to the public creates an interactive dialogue. There are many elements threatenign mans...

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contrast, humanity, women
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Artist Karima Al Shomely creates through an aesthetic imagination. Her work makes use of traditional and cultural practices to score a new expressive addition to the image of a woman.

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Karima Al Shomely

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This project began with thoughts of Sisyphus. I was drawn to the apparent similarities between the Myth of Sisyphus and what I have observed to be a growing “myth” generated through the Western media, specifically the myth that all Palestinians are terrorists and that the Palestinian intifada, like...

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Tarek Al-Ghoussein

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Islam, writing
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Visual Arts (curating art, text)
Written and spoken word (column, criticism, essay)
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The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts is a public, state institution of higher learning. Founded in 1754, the Academy is located in Copenhagen, Denmark and was built and given as a gift by the King, as a means of cultivating a deeper appreciation for artistic forms. The Academy consists of nine...

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Else Marie Bukdahl

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interculturalism, multi-culturalism
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Visual Arts (installation art, object, painting, sculpture)
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As a transnational cultural player and developer, Dorte Dahlin has participated and initiated several projects. Dahlin curated (and participated in) the major cultural event ”Overlaps. North-Southeast”,at the Sharjah Art Museum, United Arab Emirates, in 2000. This led to Dahlin becoming an...

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Dorte Dahlin

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deconstruction, dictatorship, environment, modernity, politics, poverty, urbanity
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Media Arts (video)
Visual Arts (installation art, photography)
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Garaicoa works in installation, new media and photography. He uses architectural forms to illustrate the disintegration of political ideals both in a sociological sense and in it´s physical manifestation.

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Carlos Garaicoa

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Khalil Abdul Wahid uses light as a preliminary material in many of his works. But light can also be an emotive material that detaches the past from the present. Wahid presents dynamic images which pulse with energy and compressed history.

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