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crossroads:
anxiety, marginalisation, poverty, power
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (installation art, object, photography)
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Damic Babic is one of the most startling young artists currently practising in Croatia. Remaining independent of the trends that influence the contemporary Croatian art scene, he creates uncompromising works that make powerful yet sensitive statements about the poverty that afflicts many in Croatia...

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crossroads:
colonialism, globalisation, marginalisation
genre (subgenre):
Film (feature film, short film)
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House of World Cultures

Djibril Diop-Mambéty, who was born in Colobane, Senegal in 1945, is an outstanding African film-maker, despite the fact that he only produced a few films. He was awarded the Critics´ Prize in Cannes and the Special Jury-Prize in Moscow. He died in Paris in 1988.

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deutsch
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Globalisierung, Kolonialismus, Marginalisierung
Genre (Subgenres):
Film (Kurzfilm, Spielfilm)

Der 1945 in Colobane/Senegal geborene Djibril Diop-Mambéty ist einer der herausragendsten afrikanischen Filmemacher, auch wenn er nur wenige Filme drehte. Für seinen ersten langen Spielfilm Touki Bouki (1972) erhielt er den Preis der Kritik in Cannes und den Spezialpreis der Jury in...

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Djibril Diop-Mambéty

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Boriana , Borjana
crossroads:
body, death, gender, identity, marginalisation, modernity, pain, pop-culture, post modernity, revolution, technology, transformation, violence
genre (subgenre):
Design and Crafts (graphic design)
Film (author's film, short film, thriller, video)
Media Arts (digital arts, Internet, sound art)
Visual Arts (cartoon, comic, curating art, drawing, mural painting, painting, performance, photography, text, video art)
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Boryana Dragoeva received a classical training in art, graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Sofia, Bulgaria in 1997. Since then, however, she has become one of the most interesting young video artists in Bulgaria, engaged in creating innovative multimedia shows and internet presentations...

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crossroads:
identity, marginalisation, nature, shamanism
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (drawing, installation art, painting, performance, sculpture, video art)
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House of World Cultures

“Some collide, some escape”: This was the title of a 2005 exhibition of works by Jimmie Durham that was held in a former cow barn belonging to Berlin’s Humboldt-Universität. The barn had been a site of agricultural research in the days of socialism. “Some collide, some escape” – a good name...

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deutsch
Crossroads:
Identität, Marginalisierung, Natur, Schamanismus
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Bildhauerei, Installation, Malerei, Performance, Videokunst, Zeichnung)

„Some collide, some escape“: So lautete der Titel einer Ausstellung von Jimmie Durham, die im Jahr 2005 in einem ehemaligen Kuhstall der Humboldt-Universität zu sehen war.Dort, wo in sozialistischen Tagen landwirtschaftliche Forschung betrieben wurde. „Some collide, some escape“, ein guter...

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crossroads:
emigration, exile, identity, language, living, loneliness, longing, marginalisation, migration, modernity, outsider, people, politics, transition
genre (subgenre):
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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additional names:
Ingrid Falk & , Gustavo Augerre
crossroads:
border, marginalisation, metropolises
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (installation)
Visual Arts (education, installation art, performance, photography, video art)
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Intercult

"We add the first letter of the artist´s, or other participants, surname to the group´s name, forming constellations like FAWE, FAWPM, FALL, FAKP, subtitles for cataloguing the works. An important part of FA+ strategy is the flexibility in front of each project; the concepts, the people we...

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apartheid, democracy, everyday life, marginalisation, people, politics
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (photography)
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George Hallett began his career as a street photographer in Cape Town. In 1970, he left apartheid South Africa and moved to London, continuing to document the lives of ordinary people, including the Afro-Caribbean community in Birmingham, UK. He has also documented some of the key events in the...

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crossroads:
body, gender, marginalisation, perception
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (performance, photography)
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He Cheng Yao is an artist who initially worked as an oil-painter but who now predominantly engages in performances, while also using photography. Often performing semi-nude, much of He Cheng Yao’s work is informed by her troubled family background and the mental illness of her mother. Her works are...

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crossroads:
consumerism, emptiness, industrialisation, loneliness, marginalisation
genre (subgenre):
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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crossroads:
civilisation, democracy, diversity, emotion, everyday life, interculturalism, lifestyle, love, marginalisation, sexuality, Society
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (children & youth, general, theatre)
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Intercult

Karena Johnson is an independent theatre director and producer. She was Acting Artistic Director of Contact Theatre, Manchester, Head of Programming at Oval House Theatre, London and Artistic Director of Kushite Theatre Company. She has also has worked and directed plays for the West Yorkshire...

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crossroads:
borderline experience, imagination, marginalisation, mysticism, transformation
genre (subgenre):
Film (feature film)
Performing Arts (theatre)
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Intercult

In spite of his relatively short career, Viesturs Kairiss has already been hailed by audience and critics alike as one of the Baltic States’ finest directors. His work covers a range of performing arts genres – including theatre, opera and cinema. Since the success of his film “Pa ce-am aizejot” he...

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