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Christianity, consumerism, love, money, religion
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Visual Arts (installation art, mural painting, performance, video art)
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Dan-Mihail Acostioaei is an emerging Romanian artist, born in 1974, living and working in Iasi. He makes contemporary mural works, performance, installation and video art. His work analyses the impact of consumerism on the traditional society of Romania which is emerging from an era of cultural...

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colonialism, politics, post-colonialism, religion
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Written and spoken word (general)
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International Festival of Literature Berlin (ilb)

Edward al-Charrat was born in 1926 in Alexandria, Egypt. During his Law studies, which he completed in 1946, he worked in a British marine depot and immediately after that at the Egyptian National Bank. Because he participated in the activities of the anti-colonial movement he had to accept the...

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Kolonialismus, Politik, Postkolonialismus, Religion
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Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (allgemein)

Edwar Al-Kharrat wurde 1926 in Alexandria, Ägypten, geboren. Während seines Studiums der Rechtswissenschaften, das er 1946 beendete, arbeitete er in einem britischen Marinedepot, unmittelbar danach bei der ägyptischen Nationalbank. Wegen Beteiligung an den Aktivitäten der...

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Alltag, Identität, Philosophie, Reise, Religion
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Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Lyrik)
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House of World Cultures

Eugenijus Ališanka ist nicht nur einer der bedeutendsten litauischen Lyriker seiner Generation, er ist auch ein großer Mittler zwischen den Kulturen, der die litauische Literatur in die Welt hinausträgt und die Welt hinein nach Litauen holt: Als Chefredakteur der zweimal jährlich...

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Eugenijus Alisanka

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caste system, politics, post-colonialism, religion
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Written and spoken word (general)
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International Festival of Literature Berlin (ilb)

U. R. Ananthamurthy is one of the most important representatives of the ´Navya´ movement (´The new movement´) in the literature of the Kannada-language and is counted among the most eminent Indian authors. Both his books and his social engagement made him known far beyond the Indian language...

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Kastensystem, Politik, Postkolonialismus, Religion
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Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (allgemein)

U. R. Ananthamurthy ist in Indien bekannt für sein gesellschaftliches Engagement und als wichtiger Repräsentant der „Navya“-Bewegung (Die neue Bewegung) in der Literatur der Kannada-Sprache. Als Schriftsteller kennt man ihn weit über diese Sprachgrenzen hinaus: er ist einer der...

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corruption, religion, sexuality
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Written and spoken word (general)
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International Festival of Literature Berlin (ilb)

Ayu Utami was born in Bogor near the Indonesian capital of Jakarta in 1968. She is one of the most prominent representatives of a new generation of Indonesian writers, who, even before the end of the Suharto regime, were already openly addressing the social and cultural conflicts of the island...

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Korruption, Religion, Sexualität
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Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (allgemein)

Ayu Utami was born in Bogor near the Indonesian capital of Jakarta in 1968. She is one of the most prominent representatives of a new generation of Indonesian writers, who, even before the end of the Suharto regime, were already openly addressing the social and cultural conflicts of the island...

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children & youth, death, deconstruction, interdisciplinarity, media, memory, mysticism, myth, religion, ritual, spirituality, time, transformation, war
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Visual Arts (installation art)
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Bell developed a poetic dialogue between his elements, finding metaphors for these tender human concerns. Evolving gradually both through intellectual thought processes and through practical issues of material and formal considerations, he reaches out for that state between sense and reason which...

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Roddy Bell

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childhood, Christianity, interculturalism, Islam, religion
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Visual Arts (calligraphy, painting)
Written and spoken word (poetry)
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House of World Cultures

Statement of the artist for the «Postcard Project» of the House of World Cultures ´Being a visual artist who practices writing on art, the two major questions I am grappling with in my work are: 1. How can...

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Christentum, Interkulturalismus, Islam, Kindheit, Religion
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Bildende Kunst (Kalligraphie, Malerei)
Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (Dichtung)

KÜNSTLERSTATEMENT/ POSTKARTENPROJEKT DES HAUSES DER KULTUREN DER WELT 2007 „Als bildender Künstler, der über die Kunst schreibt, gibt es zwei Fragen, mit denen ich mich in meiner Arbeit hauptsächlich auseinandersetze: 1. Wie kann die heutige Kunst so angestoßen werden,...

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Kamal Boullata

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identity, Islam, post-colonialism, religion, women
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Written and spoken word (general)
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International Festival of Literature Berlin (ilb)

Ken Bugul, whose official name is Mariétou Biléoma Mbaye, was born in Ndukumane, Senegal, in 1948. In Wolof, her tribal language, the pseudonym means "nobody wants her". In Senegal, women who give birth to stillborn babies or children incapable of surviving usually bear this...

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Frauen, Identität, Islam, Postkolonialismus, Religion
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Geschriebenes & gesprochenes Wort (allgemein)

Ken Bugul, mit bürgerlichem Namen Mariétou Biléoma Mbaye, wurde 1948 in Ndukumane, Senegal, geboren. Ihr Pseudonym bedeutet in der Sprache ihres Stamms, Wolof, etwa "niemand will sie haben". Diesen Namen tragen im Senegal üblicherweise Frauen, die tote oder nicht...

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