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consumerism, industrialisation
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Visual Arts (installation art)
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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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border, civilisation, everyday life, globalisation, history, industrialisation, site specific, slums, Society, urbanity
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Architecture (general)
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Intercult

Jacek Dominiczak, born 1954 in Gdansk, Poland, is an architect and educator. He works on dialogic architecture both theory and design methodology, initiated in his doctorate at the Technical University of Gdansk, Poland (1989) - the school where he graduated with a M.A. (1978) and where he used to...

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Jacek Dominiczak

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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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animals, capitalism, ecology, environment, industrialisation, technology, water
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Written and spoken word (criticism, public speaking)
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Intercult

Viktor Karamushka is an environmental expert from the Black Seas region. He is based in Ukraine where his work with the UNDP-GEF Black Sea Ecosystem Recovery Project (BSERP) engages specialists, communities and residents of the Black Sea coast and raises awareness of declining environmental...

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Viktor Karamushka

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anti-Semitism, borderline experience, capitalism, democracy, dictatorship, everyday life, family, history, holocaust, homeland, identity, industrialisation, language, marginalisation, memory, myth, oral tradition, people, perception, revolution, socialism
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Film (documentary, historical film, political film, video)
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Deimantas Narkevicius was born in 1964 in Lithuania and lives and works in Vilnius. He works in film and video taking a subjective and contemporary view of history. He has gained recognition at the highest level within the international art scene and represented his country at the 49th Venice...

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Deimantas Narkevicius

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industrialisation, living, modernity, spirituality, time, tradition, trance, urbanity, vastness
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Visual Arts (drawing, painting)
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Born in China in 1962 Ding Yi is considered one of the most important abstract painters in China. He is currently based in Shanghai and has exhibited internationally including participation at the Venice Biennale, Sydney Biennale and the Yokahama Triennale. He has had recent solo exhibitions at...

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