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anxiety, beauty, border, communication, death, diversity, existentialism, laughter, living, pain, perception, taboo, water
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Performing Arts (theatre)
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Kia Berglund is a theatre director and artistic leader of Teater Giljotin, Stockholm.

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Kia Berglund

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death, existentialism, multi-culturalism, ritual, sexuality, taboo, urbanity
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Music (electronic music, new music)
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Rikard Borggård was born in Sweden in 1964 and is a self-taught composer and musician. Borggård´s main instruments are the piano, sampler as well as electronic "gadgets" and of course the computer. He also composes for violin, accordion and clarinet. Borggård has...

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Rikard Borggård

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diversity, existentialism, imagination, laughter, love, people
genre (subgenre):
Film (author's film)
Performing Arts (theatre)
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The artistic expression of Nedyalko Delchev ranges from staging the old masters like Gogol and Shakespeare to collaborating with innovative contemporary authors. He writes his own scripts for theatre and film, as well as draws naive miniatures and works in small scale sculpture.

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Nedyalko Delchev

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civil war, conflict, death, democracy, existentialism, freedom, history, human rights, identity, memory, nation, Patriotism, politics, power, prejudice, rebellion, Utopia, violence
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (installation art, performance, photography, video art)
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Visiting Arts

Albert Heta is one of the youngest of a new generation of artists, currently developing a new experimental approach to art in Kosovo. Working in installation art, photography, performance and video art, Heta´s bold works give expression not only to the experiences of loss and anger of his war-torn...

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Albert Heta

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existentialism, gender, love
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Film (author's film, feature film, Hongkong Film, melodrama)
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Wong Kar-Wai, who moved from Shanghai to Hongkong with his parents at the age of 5 in 1963, is said to be the cult director among young Hongkong film-makers of the 90s. In Chungking Express (1994), Happy Together (1997) and In the Mood for Love (2000), he and his cameraman Christopher Doyle created...

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Existenzialismus, Gender, Liebe
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Film (Autorenfilm, Hongkong-Film, Melodrama, Spielfilm)

Wong Kar-Wai, der 1963 im Alter von fünf Jahren mit seinen Eltern von Shanghai nach Hongkong zog, gilt als unbestrittener Kultregisseur des jungen Hongkong-Kinos der neunziger Jahre. In "Chungking Express" (1994), "Happy Together" (1997) und "In the Mood For Love"...

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Wong Kar-Wai

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everyday life, existentialism, identity, memory, time
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Visual Arts (installation art, object, painting, performance, video art)
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Erki Kasemets was born in Tallinn, Estonia in 1969 where he continues to live and work as an artist. His art education was initially in stage design at the Tallinn Academy of Arts (1990-93). His postgraduate studies continued at the Academy with a period in the Department of Time and Space at...

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Erki Kasemets

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border, communication, everyday life, existentialism
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Visual Arts (installation art, performance, video art)
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Although Daniela Kostova received a classical training in painting, she has become one of the most exciting young Bulgarian artists. She works mainly in video, performance and installation art and almost always produces works that are interactive or site-specific. She deals with issues of self and...

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Daniela Kostova

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betrayal, borderline experience, existentialism, longing, post modernity
genre (subgenre):
Media Arts (multi media installation)
Visual Arts (curating art, installation art, object, performance, video art)
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Marko Laimre is a leading Estonian artist who lives and works in Tallinn. He was born in Parnu in 1968 and studied at the Estonian Academy of Arts. He works with painting, photography, video and installation. He represented Estonia at the 49th Venice Biennale in 2001.

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Marko Laimre

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death, existentialism, history, identity, marginalisation
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Film (documentary, video)
Visual Arts (drawing, installation art, object, performance)
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Gintaras Makarevicius was born in Lithuania in 1965 and graduated from Vilnius Academy of Arts in painting. He lives and works in Vilnius, making films, visual art installations and other works. In conversation with Erika Grigoraviciene, he discusses his artistic practice and the themes and...

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Sergei Klein , Andrei Sechkovski
crossroads:
children & youth, communication, everyday life, existentialism, globalisation, identity, outsider, politics, roots, urbanity, youth
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Music (ambient, electronic music, electronic-urban-traditional-fusion, improvisation, jazz, live computer music, techno, world jazz)
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Initiated in Odessa, Ukraine in 2003 by poet/DJ Sergei Klein (vargan (mouth-harp) and bamboo flute) and experimental electronics musician Andrei Sechkovski, Ukr.tele.kom was initially conceived as a sound-sources exchange program between Germany, Russia and Ukraine, with strong emphasis on...

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everyday life, existentialism, perception, time, transformation
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Visual Arts (environmental art, installation art, object, photography, text, video art)
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Anita Zabilevska is a video and installation artist, born in 1963 in Riga, Latvia and living in Oxford, England since 2000. She graduated in painting at the Latvian Academy of Art, followed by postgraduate studies in philosophy of modern art and architecture at the Central European University in...

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