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borderline experience, chaos, contrast, dream, laughter, rebellion, transformation
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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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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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diversity, existentialism, imagination, laughter, love, people
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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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boredom, conflict, emptiness, gender, language, laughter, violence
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Visual Arts (painting, portrait, printmaking, wall picture)
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Yue Min Jun is one of the most influential artists of the school of Cynical Realism in China. Using his own image repeatedly in paintings and sculptures, he transforms himself into an icon in order to make visible the spiritual emptiness of the contemporary world. A huge, mocking grin is the...

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interculturalism, language, laughter
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Performing Arts (children & youth, comedy, dance / butoh, Masks, performance, tai chi, theatre)
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Hisako Miura was born in 1961 in Japan. She has worked as an actress with a modern theatre laboratory in Tokyo and has trained in Taichi and Butoh with Mitsutaka Ishi and Kazuo Ohno. Since 1989 she has been a member of the traditional Japanese dance troupe Ryukyu Buyo, Tamagusuku Theatre and...

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crossroads:
laughter
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (theatre)
Written and spoken word (tale)
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DCCD

Rang Vidushak is a theatre group and a Theatre institute - a ´laboratory for clown-theatre´. What began as a little group of enthusiasts, dedicating their evening hours to creativity, became an independent theatre group in 1986. It came to be known as Bansi Kaul´s Rang Vidushak. It formally became...

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humanity, imagination, laughter
genre (subgenre):
Music (general)
Performing Arts (children & youth, Clown, comedy, education, performance, theatre)
Visual Arts (education, painting)
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Teatret OM is an international group founded in 1989 by Sandra Pasini and Antonella Diana in Italy and now based in Denmark. Teatret OMís members at the moment are Annemarie Waagepetersen from Denmark; Sandra Pasini, Roberto Mascioletti from Italy, Ana Woolf from Argentina; and Hisako Miura from...

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