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border, civilisation, everyday life, globalisation, history, industrialisation, site specific, slums, Society, urbanity
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Architecture (general)
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Intercult

Jacek Dominiczak, born 1954 in Gdansk, Poland, is an architect and educator. He works on dialogic architecture both theory and design methodology, initiated in his doctorate at the Technical University of Gdansk, Poland (1989) - the school where he graduated with a M.A. (1978) and where he used to...

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Jacek Dominiczak

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body, death, emotion, existence, irony, site specific, Society
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Performing Arts (Ecstatic theatre, Hermeneutic theatre, Mystification performance, Neo-noir style, Postdramatic theatre)
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Javor Gardev works in the fields of contemporary theatre and contemporary performance art. His artistic search focuses on contemporary dramaturgy, as well as on interpreting classic dramaturgy with the means and aesthetic codes of contemporary pop-culture.

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Javor Gardev

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conflict, Humour, identity, interculturalism, migration, site specific, war
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Performing Arts (theatre)
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Dritero Kasapi was educated as a stage director, but has since the early years of his professional life also been engaged as a cultural organiser. His mixed cultural background - Albanian-Macedonian - was further enriched by him migrating to Sweden, and has become the basis for his activism in...

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Dritero Kasapi

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Yordan Ganevski , Milen Krastev
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mobility, process, site specific
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (general)
Written and spoken word (debate)
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KERA is a group of artists and cultural operators based in Varna - a major sea port on the Bulgarian Black Sea. They stand on this territory which is also their home town determined to question culture´s flow towards the country´s capital Sofia. With their activities they strengthen Varna´s role as...

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Esther Simpson , Paul Long , David Parkin , Steve Gibbs - Watch This Space
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civilisation, communication, contrast, diversity, environment, Humour, interdisciplinarity, people, post modernity, site specific, technology, youth
genre (subgenre):
Media Arts (multi media installation, sound art, webcasting)
Music (Art music)
Performing Arts (interactive performance, video performance)
Visual Arts (installation art, video art)
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It takes a grand dose of humour and playfulness for UK based performance group to call themselves by a French slang description of a Parisian working person’s life – metro, boulot (work) and dodo (a dimminutive for sleep).

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body, motion, site specific
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Performing Arts (Set design)
Visual Arts (body art, Horisontal sculpture, installation art, land art, mixed media, performance)
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Venelin Shurelov named his first artistic collective after the migration of birds: Via Pontica. From that initiative emerge numerous artworks, which despite their diversity in form of expression, share the ideas of motion and of the path of body and spirit.

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Venelin Shurelov

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ambivalence, body, children & youth, communication, emotion, imagination, silence, site specific, Society, turning point
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Performing Arts (performance, physical theatre, theatre)
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To see things differently, or to see different things. Lotte van den Berg is a theatre director who favours a minimalist style with little text. Van de Berg’s silent productions reflect what we see and how we feel. They pose the question – What is it we really understand? Van de Berg introduces her...

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Lotte van den Berg