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animals, consumerism, ecology, environment, technology, transformation
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"My wife likes to call me a polar researcher...she thinks that makes me sound more sexy than a population ecologist." Ronny Aanes works at the Norwegian Polar Institute (NPI), in Tromsö, Norway. As a population ecologist his major expertise is to understand the mechanisms...

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Christianity, consumerism, love, money, religion
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Visual Arts (installation art, mural painting, performance, video art)
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Dan-Mihail Acostioaei is an emerging Romanian artist, born in 1974, living and working in Iasi. He makes contemporary mural works, performance, installation and video art. His work analyses the impact of consumerism on the traditional society of Romania which is emerging from an era of cultural...

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consumerism, gender, violence
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Visual Arts (painting, photography)
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Rovena Agolli, hailed as "one of the most promising young artists in Albania" by Edi Muka, Director of the International Center of Culture in Tirana, is a painter and installation artist. Her work explores the tension between the dreams, aspirations and illusions of represented images...

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communication, consumerism, everyday life, identity, people
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Visual Arts (curating art, installation art, object, video art)
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Vladimir Arkhipov travels around Russia and its borders, collecting hundreds of items from ordinary peopleís homes and gardens for exhibition in his Museum of the Handmade Object. On finding a suitable contribution, he interviews and records audio or video footage of the objectís creator talking...

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consumerism, industrialisation
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Howard Chen initially produced oil paintings but now works in installation art, using thousands of small metal components to create impressions of vast spaces within galleries.

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consumerism, globalisation, media, pop-culture, post-colonialism
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Iftikhar Dadi has practiced as an independent artist in his own right but currently works in collaboration with Elizabeth Dadi. Their works comment upon the far-reaching effects of global media and advertising in advancing contemporary cultural imperialism, in the construction of identities and...

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consumerism, identity
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Performing Arts (installation)
Visual Arts (photography, video art)
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House of World Cultures

Song Dong is an avantgarde installation artist from China. Conceptual interests are at the centre of his practice, which embraces photography, installation and video. Emerging from a strong Beijing-based avantgarde performance art community, Song Dong´s practice explores notions of perception,...

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Song Dong

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capitalism, consumerism, deconstruction, ecology, industrialisation, memory, pop-culture, Society, time
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Visual Arts (installation art, land art, object, photography, photomontage, video art)
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Siri Hermansen´s work can be described as an ongoing artistic investigation where the deconstruction and dissecting of reality creates a contrast between the immediate visual observation and the conceptual significance of various objects. The fragments, collected from everyday life, that are...

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Siri Hermansen

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consumerism, emptiness, industrialisation, loneliness, marginalisation
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Visual Arts (photography)
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DCCD

As the title of the Takashi Homma´s exhibition ´Tokyo Suburbia´ indicates, this series of photographs portrays the suburbs of Tokyo

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Takashi Homma

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consumerism, modernity
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Visual Arts (installation art)
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Female installation artist, Sora Kim, is among Korea´s avantgarde artists.

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Sora Kim

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The Thai installation artist Surasi Kusolwong is portraying modern consumer society. With his installations about modern life style she keeps asking critical questions.

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Surasi Kusolwong