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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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civilisation, ecology, humanity
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Visual Arts (installation art, object, sculpture)
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Mohammed Ibrahim joins man and nature and reveals their presence to each other as well as the argued relation between them. Ibrahim as an artist stresses ecological issues in the community and presenting them to the public creates an interactive dialogue. There are many elements threatenign mans...

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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:
civil war, conflict, homeland, humanity, migration, tradition, war
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Written and spoken word (novel, short story)
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Haus der Kulturen der Welt

He was blown away, says Daniel Alarcón. It was incredibly exciting, kind of amazing. He found his name on the longlist of the International Literature Award of the House of World Cultures and the Stiftung Elementarteilchen along with thirteen others, including authors he has admired for...

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Crossroads:
Bürgerkrieg, Heimat, Konflikt, Krieg, Menschlichkeit, Migration, Tradition
Genre (Subgenres):
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Kurzgeschichte, Roman)

Einfach umgehauen hat es ihn, sagt Daniel Alarcón. Unglaublich aufregend sei es, irgendwie fantastisch. Auf der Longlist des Internationalen Literaturpreises vom Haus der Kulturen der Welt und der Stiftung Elementarteilchen fand er seinen Namen inmitten von 13 anderen wieder. Darunter...

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Daniel Alarcón

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crossroads:
border, earth, ecology, humanity, oral tradition
genre (subgenre):
Music (classical music, sacred music)
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House of World Cultures

Anando Gopal Das is one of the last representatives of the culture of the Bauls who for centuries have been wandering through the Bengali countryside, purveying mystical songs and dance as well as music on the ectara, a drum with a single string. Though Bauls are musicians they are first and...

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Crossroads:
Ökologie, Erde, Grenze, Menschlichkeit, orale Tradition
Genre (Subgenres):
Musik (Baul-Musik, sakrale Musik)

Anando Gopal Das zählt zu den letzten Vertretern traditioneller Baul-Kultur. Die Bauls wandern seit Jahrhunderten durch das ländliche Bengalen und bieten ihre „Ware“ an: mystische Lieder, Tanz und Musik auf der Ektara, einer Trommel, die mit einer einzigen Saite bespannt ist. Ein Baul ist...

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 Anando Gopal Das

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conflict, Cosmopolitanism, human rights, humanity, multi-culturalism
genre (subgenre):
Written and spoken word (debate)
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Haus der Kulturen der Welt

Kwame Anthony Appiah is himself the best embodiment of the cosmopolitanism he champions. The moral philosopher of Ghanaian-British background is at home on three continents: He was born and educated in Europe, grew up in Africa, and lives in the United States. Cultural difference and the...

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Crossroads:
Konflikt, Kosmopolitanismus, Menschenrechte, Menschlichkeit, Multikulturalität
Genre (Subgenres):
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Debatte)

Kwame Anthony Appiah verkörpert den Kosmopolitismus, den er vertritt, selbst am besten. Der Moralphilosoph ghanaisch-britischer Herkunft ist auf drei Kontinenten zuhause: Er ist in Europa geboren und ausgebildet, in Afrika aufgewachsen und lebt in den USA. Kulturelle Differenz und das...

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humanity, identity, interculturalism, multi-culturalism, transformation
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (theatre)
Written and spoken word (drama, lectures, script)
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Eugenio Barba was born in 1936 in Italy and grew up in the village Gallipoli. His family’s socio-economic situation changed significantly when his father (a military officer) was lost to The War. Upon completing high school at the military academy of Naples (1954) he abandoned the idea of...

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Eugenio Barba

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crossroads:
humanity, politics, realism
genre (subgenre):
Written and spoken word (general)
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International Festival of Literature Berlin (ilb)

Alonso Cueto was born in Lima, Peru, in 1954. He studied at the Universidad Catolica de Perú, graduating in 1977. He lived in Madrid teaching English and travelled through Europe from then until 1979. In the same year, he went on to do a Master’s and Ph.D. at the University of Texas at...

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deutsch
Crossroads:
Menschlichkeit, Politik, Rassismus
Genre (Subgenres):
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (allgemein)

Alonso Cueto wurde 1954 in Lima, Peru, geboren. Nach seinem Studium an der Universidad Católica de Perú, das er 1977 abschloss, lebte er als Englischlehrer in Madrid und reiste durch Europa. 1979 nahm er in Austin, Texas, ein Master- und Promotionsstudium auf. Er graduierte 1984 mit...

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civilisation, communication, democracy, globalisation, humanity, interculturalism
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Written and spoken word (criticism, debate, essay, lectures, media debate, public speaking)
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Intercult

It is easy to say that you understand the need for pluralism. What is important however is what you do with your opinion. Instead of using the word ´pluralism´, then, I would rather talk about ´interculturalism´, since this word implies an active strategy for increasing dialogue. Interculturalism...

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Dragan Klaic

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crossroads:
Buddhism, everyday life, humanity, people, perception
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (installation art, video art)
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Visiting Arts

Lin Shu Min creates lightboxes and video installations but his most unusual contribution to the international art scene lies in his explorations of holographic art. Destabilising signifiers conventionally separating the real from the unreal, his works are influenced by Buddhism, in particularly the...

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body, capitalism, colonialism, history, humanity, identity
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (collage, mixed media, painting)
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Visiting Arts

Lipi focusses on the human cost of the contemporary and past manoeuvrings of international governments and companies both in Bangladesh and elsewhere. She uses rhymes and stories from childhood that are born out the societies such as her own that have suffered at the hands of colonnialism and...

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Tayeba Begum Lipi