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crossroads:
chaos, humanity, living, people
genre (subgenre):
Music (Balkan music, folk, klezmer)
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Intercult

Östblocket formed from the common inpiration of the music in Kustoricas film Underground. Most of Östblockets members were students at the Academy of Music in Malmö when they were united by their ambition to play this type of music.The sound is massive with this line-up...

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crossroads:
borderline experience, chaos, contrast, dream, laughter, rebellion, transformation
genre (subgenre):
Media Arts (video)
Performing Arts (installation, performance, physical theatre, ritual, theatre)
Visual Arts (video art)
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Absurdist theatre group Akhe from St. Petersburg pushes theatre to its limits. Challenging theatrical creativity with extreme minimalistic props and funding; this avantgardistic troupe explodes on stage. Their shows are in a constant state of flux and sometimes change from performance to...

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 Akhe Theatre

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crossroads:
beauty, body, chaos
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (dance / butoh, dance / modern, noh-theatre)
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DCCD

Gekidan Kaitaicha is Japanese and means "Theatre of Deconstruction". The Tokyo-based group delivers a special mixture of modern dance, absurd texts, and raw expressive performance. The speaken word is not used very much, but when it is, it is in English. Gekidan Kaitaisha enjoys an...

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 Gekidan Kaitaisha

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crossroads:
beauty, chaos, harmony, nature
genre (subgenre):
Design and Crafts (textiles)
Visual Arts (installation art)
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Visiting Arts

Masakazu Kobayashi creates installations using both natural and manmade materials such as silk and aluminium. Like his artistic partner and wife Naomi Kobayashi, his relationship to and with his surroundings is fundamental to his work, which reflect a concern with space, light and harmony. The...

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crossroads:
chaos, ecology, myth
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (installation art, land art, sculpture)
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House of World Cultures

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deutsch
Crossroads:
Ökologie, Chaos, Natur
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Installation, Landschaftsgestaltung)

Mo Edoga, in Nigeria geboren, studierte zunächst Medizin in Heidelberg, wechselte in die Neurowissenschaft sowie die Neurochirurgie und praktizierte u. a. in Johannesburg, Südafrika, bevor er sich 1988 dafür entschied, nur noch als Künstler zu arbeiten. Bekannt wurde er durch...

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additional names:
Signa Sorensen , Arthur Kostler
crossroads:
chaos, contrast, cult, history, longing, myth, ritual
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (interactive performance, performance)
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Intercult

In their quest for novel ´´site specific´´ locations for environmental theatre, Signa takes audiences into abandoned hospitals, hotels, converted warehouses and camps, with a series of performance-art events featuring downtown artists and involving the audiences as part of the story´s life.

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crossroads:
apartheid, border, catastrophe, chaos, death, dictatorship, guerrilla, media, power, racism, rebellion, violence, war
genre (subgenre):
Written and spoken word (journalism, reportage)
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DCCD

Journalist Mike Wooldridge has produced brave foreign news reportages from burning conflicts around the world.

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Mike Wooldridge

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Crossroads:
Chaos, Harmonie, Identität, Konflikt, Leere
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Installation)
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House of World Cultures

„Meine Installationen sind sehr von der chinesischen Gartenbaukunst beeinflusst. Die Formen folgen den Gesetzen der Harmonie, sie sind wie das Ein- und Ausatmen, Öffnen und Schließen. Meine Installationen sind wie die chinesischen Gärten auf den Ausgleich der Gegensätze...

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