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animals, consumerism, ecology, environment, technology, transformation
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"My wife likes to call me a polar researcher...she thinks that makes me sound more sexy than a population ecologist." Ronny Aanes works at the Norwegian Polar Institute (NPI), in Tromsö, Norway. As a population ecologist his major expertise is to understand the mechanisms...

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ccap:cristina caprioli artificial project
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beauty, body, technology, Utopia
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (dance, dance / choreography, installation)
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ccap/ cristina caprioli artificial project is an independent organization which acts as a creative space for dancers, artists and musicians to embrace dance from different perspectives under the artistic direction of choreographer Cristina Caprioli. ccap operates with performances, videos,...

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Cristina Caprioli

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technology
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Architecture (general)
Media Arts (multi media installation, sound art)
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Federico Díaz is one of the most important of a new generation of artists from the Czech Republic today. Since the mid-1990s, he has been producing consistently innovative and engaging work through experimentation with new media. His imagination encompasses the rudimentary and the refined, a...

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borderline experience, civilisation, colonialism, ecology, identity, perception, post-colonialism, ritual, spirituality, stereotype, technology, transgression
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Visual Arts (drawing, installation art, mixed media, video art)
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House of World Cultures

The exhibition "Rational / Irrational" in the House of World Cultures is darkened to a pitch black. Those who enter the exhibition hall are drawn towards an unearthly, white, plastic UFO. Its inner circle contains drawings, its outer ring invites the observer to sit down. Visitors, if...

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Ökologie, Überschreitung, Grenzerfahrung, Identität, Kolonialismus, Postkolonialismus, Ritual, Spiritualität, Stereotyp, Wahrnehmung, Zivilisation
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Bildende Kunst (Installation, Multimedia, Videokunst)

Die Ausstellung „Rational / Irrational“ im Haus der Kulturen der Welt ist tiefschwarz abgedunkelt. Wer die Ausstellungshalle betritt, steuert auf ein überirdisch weißes Kunststoff-Ufo zu. Im inneren Ring sind Zeichnungen eingelassen, der äußere Ring lädt zum Sitzen ein....

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Juan  Downey

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Boriana , Borjana
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body, death, gender, identity, marginalisation, modernity, pain, pop-culture, post modernity, revolution, technology, transformation, violence
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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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Aids, body, borderline experience, death, gender, technology
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Media Arts (multi media installation)
Performing Arts (dance, performance, theatre)
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House of World Cultures

Dumb Type is an artists´ collective founded in 1987 in Kyoto. It is committed with unparalleled resolve to the interaction of new technologies and the performing arts, thus transforming all reminiscence of local tradition. This interdisciplinary project includes composers, dancers, engineers,...

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Aids, Gender, Grenzerfahrung, Körper, Technologie, Tod
Genre (Subgenres):
Medienkunst (Multimediainstallation)
Performing Arts (Performance, Tanz, Theater)

Das 1987 gegründete Künstlerkollektiv aus Kyoto widmet sich mit einer unvergleichlichen Konsequenz den neuen Technologien und deren Einfluss auf die Bühnenkünste und transformiert damit jede Reminiszenz an eine lokale Tradition. Das interdisziplinäre Projekt aus...

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body, conflict, loneliness, people, technology
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Performing Arts (dance, dance / choreography)
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Award winning dancer and choreographer Matjaz Faric was born in 1965 In Slovenia, then a part of Yugoslavia. He established his reputation in the field of dance both nationally and internationally during the 1980s. He is now Slovenia’s foremost contemporary choreographer – establishing Slovenian...

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Matjaz Faric

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Aksioma.org
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body, guerrilla, identity, media, technology
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Media Arts (general, Internet, multi media installation)
Music (electronic-urban-traditional-fusion)
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Davide Grassi was born in Italy in 1970. In 1994 he graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Milan. The following year he moved to Ljubljana, Slovenia where he is still based. His artwork investigates the possibilities offered by new media, while maintaining a strong connection with society and...

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Davide Grassi

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Buddhism, energy, gender, identity, media, nature, racism, religion, spirituality, technology
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Visual Arts (installation art, mixed media, video art)
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House of World Cultures

Gazing down in meditation, the Buddha statue’s head is braided in a web of cameras, each a staring eye with a black pupil. Buddha has arrived in the present and is being observed by cameras, each of which is recording his meditation for world-wide distribution and replication. Big brother has his...

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other language:
deutsch
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Buddhismus, Energie, Gender, Identität, Medien, Natur, Rassismus, Religion, Spiritualität, Technologie
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Installation, Multimedia, Videokunst)

Der versunken nach unten blickende Kopf der Buddha-Statue ist umsponnen von einem Netz aus Webcams, jede ein Auge mit schwarzer Pupille, das auf ihn blickt. Buddha ist in der Gegenwart angekommen – er wird von Kameras observiert, seine Meditation wird vielfach aufgezeichnet, vervielfältigt...

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animals, capitalism, ecology, environment, industrialisation, technology, water
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Written and spoken word (criticism, public speaking)
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Intercult

Viktor Karamushka is an environmental expert from the Black Seas region. He is based in Ukraine where his work with the UNDP-GEF Black Sea Ecosystem Recovery Project (BSERP) engages specialists, communities and residents of the Black Sea coast and raises awareness of declining environmental...

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Viktor Karamushka

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everyday life, memory, nature, technology, Utopia
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (painting)
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Visiting Arts

Masakatsu Kondo was born in Japan in 1962 but moved to study in London, where he has lived since 1988. Kondo paints large-scale landscapes, taking conventional scenes of nature but rendering them hyperreal and unfamiliar. Working form found images, he copies, traces and enlarges pictures in...

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