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Aids, children & youth, crime, ecology, family, gender
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Performing Arts (children & youth, education)
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Visiting Arts

Arts-in-Action (AiA) functions as the Theatre-in-Education Outreach Unit of the Centre for Creative and Festival Arts at the University of the West Indies, St. Augustine. Operating as a self funded not-for-profit entity within arts and cultural industry of Trinidad and Tobago, Arts-in-Action is...

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Aids, human rights
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The Thai artist, Chumpon, is a culture personality, actively engaged in art and politics. Apisuk Chumpok has continuously been promoting performance art in Thailand since 80s and is one of a welknown performance artists in Asia. Since 1996, he has performed in Germany, England, Quebec, Japan,...

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Apisuk Chumpon

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Aids, body, borderline experience, death, gender, technology
genre (subgenre):
Media Arts (multi media installation)
Performing Arts (dance, performance, theatre)
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House of World Cultures

Dumb Type is an artists´ collective founded in 1987 in Kyoto. It is committed with unparalleled resolve to the interaction of new technologies and the performing arts, thus transforming all reminiscence of local tradition. This interdisciplinary project includes composers, dancers, engineers,...

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Crossroads:
Aids, Gender, Grenzerfahrung, Körper, Technologie, Tod
Genre (Subgenres):
Medienkunst (Multimediainstallation)
Performing Arts (Performance, Tanz, Theater)

Das 1987 gegründete Künstlerkollektiv aus Kyoto widmet sich mit einer unvergleichlichen Konsequenz den neuen Technologien und deren Einfluss auf die Bühnenkünste und transformiert damit jede Reminiszenz an eine lokale Tradition. Das interdisziplinäre Projekt aus...

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age, Aids, desert, identity, modernity, tradition, youth
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Film (author's film, comedy, feature film)
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House of World Cultures

Born in Burkina Faso (Upper Volta) in 1954, Idrissa Ouedraogo is the black-African director who is best known internationally. His feature films ´Yaaba´, ´Tilai´, Samba Traore´ and ´Kini & Adams´ have won many international awards.

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Aids, Alter, Identität, Jugend, Moderne, Tradition, Wüste
Genre (Subgenres):
Film (Autorenfilm, Komödie, Spielfilm)

Der 1954 in Burkina Faso (Obervolta) geborene Idrissa Ouedraogo ist der international bekannteste schwarzafrikanische Regisseur. Für seine Spielfilme "Yaaba", "Tilai", "Samba Traoré" und "Kini & Adams" erhielt er zahlreiche internationale...

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Idrissa Ouedraogo

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Aids, children & youth
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Film (documentary, feature film, short film)
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Emmanuel Phakathi was born in 1975 in Soweto. After graduating from the Phafogang High School in Soweto he began to work for “Beeld”, an important South African newspaper, in 1994. In 1995 he switched to the TV station SABC, where he developed and realized shows for young adults. In 1996 he joined...

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Aids, Kinder
Genre (Subgenres):
Film (Dokumentarfilm, Kurzfilm, Spielfilm)

Emmanuel Phakathi wurde 1975 in Soweto geboren. Nach Abschluss seiner Schulausbildung an der Phafogang High School in Soweto begann er 1994 für “Beeld”, eine wichtige südafrikanische Zeitung, zu arbeiten. 1995 wechselte er zum Fernsehsender SABC, wo er Jugendsendungen konzipierte und...

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Aids, apartheid, history, memory
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (graphic, installation art, photography)
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House of World Cultures

In her installations, photographs and graphic works, the South African Sue Williamson mainly reflects on the history and current problems of her country: "We’re in the process of coming to terms with the past. I think that, before we can move on, we have to reach a point where we can find our...

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Crossroads:
Aids, Apartheid, Erinnerung, Geschichte
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Fotografie, Grafik, Installation)

Die Südafrikanerin Sue Williamson reflektiert in ihren Installationen, Grafiken und Fotografien vor allem die Geschichte und die gegenwärtigen Probleme ihres Landes. „Wir sind im Prozess, uns mit der Vergangenheit zu arrangieren. Ich denke, bevor wir uns weiterbewegen, müssen wir...

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