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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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Intercult

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:
contrast, humanity, women
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (installation art, object)
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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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crossroads:
contrast
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (photography)
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Intercult

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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Andere Namen:
Samta Ben Yahia
Crossroads:
Ambivalenz, Identität, Kontrast, Schönheit
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Fotografie, Grafik, Installation, Zeichnung)
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House of World Cultures

Samta Benyahia wurde 1949 in Constantine/ Algerien geboren und lebt seit 1988 in Paris. In ihrem Werk, das meist aus orts-spezifischen Installationen besteht, thematisiert sie das Leben zwischen zwei Kulturen, der muslimisch geprägten in Algerien und der westlichen in Frankreich. Hierzu...

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crossroads:
borderline experience, civilisation, contrast
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (installation)
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DCCD

Gimhongsok is a Korean installation artist, co-ordinator and entertainer. His works has been exhibited at the Venice Biennale.

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crossroads:
ambivalence, communication, contrast, love, values
genre (subgenre):
Design and Crafts (glass)
Film (short film)
Visual Arts (installation art, mural painting, painting, text, video art)
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Visiting Arts

Kai Kaljo is a highly regarded Estonian artist best known for her video work. She was born in 1959 and lives in Tallinn. Her first work ´A Loser´ (1997) brought international recognition. She has made many more short films and exhibits around the world in video festivals, group and solo...

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Kai Kaljo

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crossroads:
contrast, imagination
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (installation art, sculpture)
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When Eva Kun works in the bordering areas between sculpture and architecture, i.e. in what lies between the arts, as defined by Greenberg and Fried, she breaks from the central dogma of the Greenbergian and Friedian comprehension of modernism. There is also another area where she makes this break....

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crossroads:
contrast, perception, transformation
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (dance, performance, theatre)
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Intercult

Tijen Lawton was born in Vienna to a British father and a Turkish mother, and raised in Austria, Italy and Turkey, and later made her home in Great Britain. She studied dance and music at the Arts Educational School in London and at the London Contemporary Dance School. Lawtons interests included...

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Tijen Lawton

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crossroads:
body, contrast, gay & lesbian, interculturalism
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (dance / butoh, performance, theatre)
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DCCD

Performer Stuart Lynch is a choreographer, performer and visual artist based in Copenhagen. Former sculptor and member of renowned Japanese director, MinTanaka´s Mai Juku Performance Company, Stuart Lynch is currently director of the Paradance Theatre, Copenhagen.

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additional names:
Esther Simpson , Paul Long , David Parkin , Steve Gibbs - Watch This Space
crossroads:
civilisation, communication, contrast, diversity, environment, Humour, interdisciplinarity, people, post modernity, site specific, technology, youth
genre (subgenre):
Media Arts (multi media installation, sound art, webcasting)
Music (Art music)
Performing Arts (interactive performance, video performance)
Visual Arts (installation art, video art)
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Intercult

It takes a grand dose of humour and playfulness for UK based performance group to call themselves by a French slang description of a Parisian working person’s life – metro, boulot (work) and dodo (a dimminutive for sleep).

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Signa Sorensen , Arthur Kostler
crossroads:
chaos, contrast, cult, history, longing, myth, ritual
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (interactive performance, performance)
information provided by:
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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