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corruption, religion, sexuality
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Written and spoken word (general)
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International Festival of Literature Berlin (ilb)

Ayu Utami was born in Bogor near the Indonesian capital of Jakarta in 1968. She is one of the most prominent representatives of a new generation of Indonesian writers, who, even before the end of the Suharto regime, were already openly addressing the social and cultural conflicts of the island...

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Korruption, Religion, Sexualität
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Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (allgemein)

Ayu Utami was born in Bogor near the Indonesian capital of Jakarta in 1968. She is one of the most prominent representatives of a new generation of Indonesian writers, who, even before the end of the Suharto regime, were already openly addressing the social and cultural conflicts of the island...

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animals, borderline experience, censorship, corruption, deconstruction, environment, religion, violence
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Visual Arts (environmental art, installation art, painting)
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Visiting Arts

Latvian artist, Mikelis Fisers, was born in Riga in 1970 where he lives and works. Prominent among the younger generation of Latvian artists, Fisers is robust and unequivocal in his visceral engagement with controversial social and political issues. Painting is a central aspect to his work which...

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corruption, crime, dictatorship, irony, love, politics, power, terrorism, war
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Written and spoken word (journalism, novel)
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House of World Cultures

Cautious. The man is extremely cautious and reserved. No sarcastic, fiery catchphrases about the current situation in Pakistan. Mohammed Hanif chooses his words carefully, his goal is clear, he does not want to provoke a scandal and have the Pakistani censors on his back. He is on guard like a...

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Diktatur, Ironie, Korruption, Krieg, Liebe, Macht, Politik, Terrorismus, Verbrechen
Genre (Subgenres):
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Journalismus, Roman)

Vorsichtig. Der Mann ist extrem vorsichtig und zurückhaltend. Keine sarkastischen, flammenden Sätze, um die aktuelle Situation in Pakistan zu kommentieren. Mohammed Hanif tastet seine Worte ab, mit dem klaren Ziel, keinen Skandal zu provozieren und die pakistanische Zensur nicht auf den...

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Mohammed Hanif

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body, conflict, corruption, ritual
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Performing Arts (dance / choreography)
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DCCD

Mugiyono Kasido grew up in a world of puppet shows. In Indonesia he became a choreographer and dancer of the highest distinction. Several of his works, such as Kabar Kabur, Bagaspati, Kosong and Amorpheus, have been shown at various festivals in Europe. They reveal a cross of cultures, since he...

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Mugiyono Kasido

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corruption, gender, power
genre (subgenre):
Film (detective film, documentary, feature film, political film)
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House of World Cultures

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Crossroads:
Gender, Korruption, Macht
Genre (Subgenres):
Film (Dokumentarfilm, Kriminalfilm, Politischer Film, Spielfilm)

Indien gilt als eines der führenden Filmländer der Welt: Mehr als 1000 abendfüllende Spielfilme werden dort jährlich hergestellt. Der Großteil sind kommerzielle, in Hindi gedrehte Unterhaltungsfilme, die Zehntausende von Indern täglich ins Kino ziehen. Der 1940 in...

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apartheid, branding, bureaucracy, capitalism, censorship, civil war, communication, conflict, corruption, democracy, dictatorship, history, human rights, politics
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (caricature, cartoon, comic, drawing, graffiti, installation art, performance)
Written and spoken word (criticism, debate)
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Visiting Arts

Perjovschi uses cartoons and comic illustration to comment on and satirize current social and political issues. His works vary in form from low budget photocopied pamphlets for high circulation to large scale installations.

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Dan Perjovschi

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anxiety, corruption, everyday life, identity, metropolises
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (installation art, performance, video art, woodcut)
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Xu Zhongmin works in woodcuts, video installations and performances. Born in Sichuan province in China but now living and working in London, many of his works examine the legacy of the Cultural Revolution. The modern city and its inhabitants, the chaos and the lull, identity and anonymity, lust and...

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