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beauty, harmony, nature
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Design and Crafts (textiles)
Visual Arts (installation art)
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Visiting Arts

Machiko Agano was initially trained as a weaver, undertaking her education at the Kyoto City University of Arts in Japan. She now creates large installations using basic techniques and equipment and a wide range of materials. Her concern for the simplicity of her materials is contrasted to the...

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crossroads:
love, myth, nature, socialism
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Written and spoken word (novel, tale)
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House of World Cultures

The works of the writer Chingiz Aitmatov, born in Sheker (Kyrghistan) in 1928, are characterised by the tensions and contradictions that lie between tradition and the modern age – between Kyrghisian myths, tribal culture and the new social system, between shamanism and industrialisation. Aitmatov...

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Tschingis Aitmatow

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Anna Elwing , Jonas Göransson , Karin Ohlsson , Tina Quartey , Torbjörn Righard
crossroads:
beauty, communication, nature, spirituality, tradition, water
genre (subgenre):
Music (Afro-cuban, blues, folk, fusion, jazz, rock, santeria)
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Intercult

Alwa is firmly rooted within the Swedish folk music tradition whilst remaining open to a wide spectrum of inspirational sources. Their musical mix is truly an eclectic one as they mix traditional Nordic material wih blues, bluegrass and rock. Alwa also incorporates elements of free jazz, West...

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 Alwa

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crossroads:
anxiety, communication, ecology, everyday life, Hinduism, nature, people, spirituality
genre (subgenre):
Film (roadmovie)
Media Arts (Internet, video)
Performing Arts (education, general, performance)
Visual Arts (curating art, education, environmental art, text)
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Divya Bhatia is a versatile creative professional, with skills and experience in many arts disciplines. He lives and works in Mumbai as an Artistic Consultant and Theatre Producer. From 1983, he lived abroad for five years, studying in the UK and Canada. At present he is Joint Festival Director...

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civilisation, everyday life, metropolises, nature, water
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (curating art, drawing, installation art, object, photography, sculpture)
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Intercult

When people migrate, thoughts, ideas, dreams and objects travel with them, all of which are important links with the past. Migrants become strangers to those they leave behind, and are strangers on arrival at their destination since migration produces loneliness. Migrants need thier own space, a...

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Tomasz Boncza Ozdowski

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Crossroads:
Identität, Natur, Schönheit
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Zeichnung)
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Liu Dan materialisiert steinernen Mikrokosmos und überbordende Fantasien, kombiniert dabei brillant westliche und asiatische Techniken. Einerseits tief in der chinesischen Tradition verwurzelt, sucht er andererseits nach einer neuen Maltechnik. Daher sprengen Liu Dans Arbeiten sämtliche...

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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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“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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Jimmie Durham

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crossroads:
ecology, history, nature, post modernity, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (artefact, cartoon, drawing, graphic, installation art, object, painting, printmaking, sculpture)
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Visiting Arts

Alexander Florensky began his career in the early 1980s as a painter, draughtsman and book illustrator, mainly working on traditional subjects such as landscapes and still-life. In the early 1990s, however, he turned to conceptual art, and began producing installations and objects. By the mid...

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additional names:
Florenskaya
crossroads:
ecology, history, nature, post modernity, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (artefact, cartoon, drawing, graphic, installation art, object, painting, printmaking, sculpture)
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Visiting Arts

Olga Florenskaya began her career as a potter but has since turned to conceptual art, creating object installations. She is the only female member of the notorious underground art group Mit’ki. Florenskaya works in a range of media and employs a variety of techniques to create humorous works that...

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beauty, nature, tradition, water
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Design and Crafts (textiles)
Visual Arts (installation art)
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Shihoko Fukumoto studied painting but discovered that the medium was not suited to her ideas or ways of working. She has now turned her artistic skills to making wall-hung works and installations using indigo dyed textiles instead. She combines the traditional Japanese craft with her own invented...

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Kaigal-ool Khovalyg , Sayan Bapa , Anatoli Kuular , Alexei Saryglar
crossroads:
communication, nature, spirituality
genre (subgenre):
Music (overtone-singing, throat-singing)
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DCCD

To western ears the music of Huun-Huur-Tu is intriguingly strange, at the same time contemporary and modern. The four man group has performed on almost all continents and continues touring extensively - at various festivals ranging form jazz to classical.

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