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Buddhism, pain, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (drawing, installation art, painting, sculpture)
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House of World Cultures

Montien Boonma was born in Bangkok, Thailand, in 1953, and received his BFA in Painting in 1978. He started exhibiting internationally in the late 1980s and became known as one the most important Thai artists of his generation. Although trained as a painter, Boonma became known for his sculptures...

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Mahinda
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Buddhism, flight, history, memory, war
genre (subgenre):
Design and Crafts (ceramics)
Visual Arts (sculpture, wall picture)
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Visiting Arts

Tissa De Alwis was born in 1956 in Pitakotte, Sri Lanka. He is a potter, ceramicist and modeller and lives and works in Colombo, Sri Lanka. His idiosyncratic miniature scenes created of plasticine and found materials draw on contemporary conflicts, imagined worlds and military history. He has...

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Buddhism, shamanism, tradition
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Music (percussion)
Performing Arts (dance)
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DCCD

Over the years and through his extensive work as a performing artist, teacher, and artistic director, Kim Duk Soo has been recognized as one of the fifty most influential figures in Korea over the last five decades.

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Kim Duk-Soo

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Buddhism, Judaism, mysticism, religion, translation
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Written and spoken word (general)
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International Festival of Literature Berlin (ilb)

When two linguistic cultures so contrasting in content like the eloquent whisperings of the cabbala and the almost wordless communication of Zen Buddhism collide with each other, the usual order is shaken by those divergent forces as is the case in Hoffmann’s prose. It is thanks to the ideas and...

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deutsch
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Übersetzung, Buddhismus, Judentum, Mystik, Religion
Genre (Subgenres):
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (allgemein)

Wenn solch gegensätzlich geladene Sprachkulturen wie das beredte Wispern kabalistischer Deutung und die fast wortlose Vermittlung des Zen-Buddismus aufeinanderstossen, wird die gewohnte Ordnung von jenen Brüchen erschüttert, wie sie uns in Yoel Hoffmanns Prosa begegnen. Es ist den...

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Buddhism, energy, gender, identity, media, nature, racism, religion, spirituality, technology
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Visual Arts (installation art, mixed media, video art)
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House of World Cultures

Gazing down in meditation, the Buddha statue’s head is braided in a web of cameras, each a staring eye with a black pupil. Buddha has arrived in the present and is being observed by cameras, each of which is recording his meditation for world-wide distribution and replication. Big brother has his...

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deutsch
Crossroads:
Buddhismus, Energie, Gender, Identität, Medien, Natur, Rassismus, Religion, Spiritualität, Technologie
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Installation, Multimedia, Videokunst)

Der versunken nach unten blickende Kopf der Buddha-Statue ist umsponnen von einem Netz aus Webcams, jede ein Auge mit schwarzer Pupille, das auf ihn blickt. Buddha ist in der Gegenwart angekommen – er wird von Kameras observiert, seine Meditation wird vielfach aufgezeichnet, vervielfältigt...

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Buddhism, everyday life, humanity, people, perception
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (installation art, video art)
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Visiting Arts

Lin Shu Min creates lightboxes and video installations but his most unusual contribution to the international art scene lies in his explorations of holographic art. Destabilising signifiers conventionally separating the real from the unreal, his works are influenced by Buddhism, in particularly the...

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ambivalence, Buddhism, modernity, religion, taboo, tradition
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Performing Arts (theatre)
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DCCD

The famous Thai actress Patravadi Mejudhon, who is the founder of Patravadi Theatre - Bangkok´s first open-air theatre, is a pioneer in Thailand´s performing arts scene who holds high international standard and maintains Thailand cultural roots.

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Patravadi Mejudhon

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body, Buddhism, modernity, taboo, tradition
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Performing Arts (dance / choreography, theatre)
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DCCD

Patravadi Theatre is Bangkok´s first open-air theatre. Mrs. Patravadi, who is the founder of Patravadi Theatre, is a pioneer in Thailand´s performing arts scene who holds high international standard and maintains Thailand cultural roots.

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 Patravadi Theatre

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Buddhism, memory, tradition, trance
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Music (percussion)
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DCCD

The definite trend and characteristics of Korean culture is feminine, relaxed and full of the spirit of nature. SamulNori incarnates the soul of Korea in past and future. SamulNori has performed all over the world and has collaborated with many highly acclaimed musicians from around the world...

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Buddhism, nature, time
genre (subgenre):
Design and Crafts (textiles)
Visual Arts (installation art)
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Visiting Arts

Weaving linen and ramie, Chiyoko Tanaka is an artist who positions her work in line with the tradition of the woven silk textiles of Kyoto. The 1,200 year-old city was the former capital of Japan where Nishiki woven silks originated. Although the weaving process is of paramount importance to...

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Buddhism, earth, nature, taoism
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (woodcut)
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Visiting Arts

Zheng Shuang is a master of Chinese water-colour woodblock print, following such masters as Gu Yue, Li Hua and Huang Yougyu. As the niece of Pu Yi, the Last Emperor of China, Zheng Shuang has a unique background that has impacted greatly on her artistic direction and development. She lived through...

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