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chaos, humanity, living, people
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Music (Balkan music, folk, klezmer)
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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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children & youth, civilisation, communication, environment, everyday life, exclusion, family, interdisciplinarity, living, outsider, Participation, people, subculture, youth
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Media Arts (general, multi media installation, sms, video)
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SELDA ASAL was born in Izmir, Turkey. She studied music and arts and is currently based in Istanbul. Asal is a new media artist whose work reflects her observations and participation of everyday life. She is a creator of communities that serve as a platform for expression, dialogue and interaction.

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Selda Asal

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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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beauty, border, home, living, spirituality, transformation, transition
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Performing Arts (theatre)
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Stage director Piotr Cieplak was born in 1960 in Poland. He belongs to the first generation of stage dreictors to be educated after the transition in 1989. His debut was made in Torun as an actor in one act plays by A.Fredo. Since then Cieplak has worked as a director in Warsaw at the Dramatyczny...

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Piotr Cieplak

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emigration, exile, identity, language, living, loneliness, longing, marginalisation, migration, modernity, outsider, people, politics, transition
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Visual Arts (installation art, mixed media, participation art, performance)
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Esra Ersen is a Turkish artist born in Ankara in 1970 and currently living and working in Istanbul. Central to her works are the themes of identity, migration and aspiration. Whether using film, photography, installation or situational activity, Ersen consistently explores the relationship between...

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Esra Ersen

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interculturalism, living, multi-culturalism, people, tradition
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Music (folk, fusion, general)
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In Persian, the word Golbang means song of the nightingale. Golbang plays both traditional and modern Iranian folk music. On their latest album Saali nó their music is also influenced by Swedish folklore, providing a unique meeting ground between the Orient and Scandinavia. An important part...

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beauty, diversity, dream, emotion, everyday life, harmony, imagination, interculturalism, language, living, love, multi-culturalism, people, pop-culture
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Music (Afro-pop, electronic-urban-traditional-fusion, HipHop, traditional African music, Trip Hop, world jazz)
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Neo Muyanga has established himself as one of South Africa´s most singular and deeply impressive musical talents through the duo Blk Sonshine and his highly successful solo work. His music has been alluded to as a blend of electronica and hip-hop, urban and ethereal, street and ambience. Muyanga...

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children & youth, everyday life, family, history, home, identity, living, people, socialism, tradition, values, women, Women´s issues, youth
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Visual Arts (mixed media, painting, sculpture)
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Kate Naluyele was born in 1976. She currently lives and works in Lusaka, Zambia. She has exhibited throughout her home country where she has had numerous awards including winner of the Ngoma Award for Most Outstanding Female artist in Zambia in 1999 and finalist in the Julia Malunga award for the...

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Kate Naluyele

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humanity, identity, living
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Performing Arts (theatre)
Written and spoken word (drama, play)
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"Allow me to present myself: I am a human being which one stole the identity. Of me, thet only thing which I then affirm with certainty, is that I am a woman, that I am on the threshold of maturity and that I live in Europe, per hour of the change of millenium. Alll the remainder is rather...

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ambivalence, diversity, everyday life, humanity, identity, lifestyle, living, people, Society, subculture
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Visual Arts (installation art, mixed media, photography, portrait, video art)
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Anne Lise´s works challenge the premises on which our community is based. She investigates the definition of normality and sets the focus on deviations from the norm things that we often believe are universally given, which arouse a sense of ambivalence between the community and the private...

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border, environment, living
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Visual Arts (installation art)
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Wang Te-Yu creates installations which heighten our perception of space and question how we occupy space by sharing it with other objects. Often simple in colour and form, her works generate different experiences of space using the minimal means.

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