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interculturalism, multi-culturalism, wind
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Architecture (Feng shui, Interior design)
Visual Arts (object, painting, sculpture)
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The art critic from Dagbladet wrote that Mai Cheng Zheng´s "long journeys into remote cultural sources have given her paintings a hybrid character." Here the magic masks of pre-Colombian Maya-culture are neighbors of Chinese calligraphy, and Egyptian hieroglyphs are joined by the...

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beauty, nature, wind
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Asako Ishizaki creates free-standing, three-dimensional works, often using the materials of silk or linen. Central to her practice is the use of light. Although she trained as a weaver, studying at the Kyoto University of Education until 1969, she has since developed her own technique and way of...

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Born in 1947 into a family of traditional weavers, it perhaps comes as no surprise that Shigeo Kubota too decided to train as a weaver. Using humble materials and the most basic of techniques, he creates three-dimensional structures. Fundamental to his work are ideas of contradictions and of...

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Kyoko Kumai uses stainless steel fibre to create wall-hung works and installations. Her work experiments with the use of a man-made material to express the natural world, in particular the cycles of life and the movement of air.

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perception, wind
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Chika Ohgi creates three-dimensional installations from silk threads and paper that she makes herself. A crucial aspect of her work is the relation between the objects she has constructed, the space they occupy and the physical presence of the viewer. The indistinct edges of her paper structures,...

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status, stereotype, technology, time, tradition, trance, urbanity, values, wind, writing
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Film (video)
Media Arts (multi media installation, video)
Visual Arts (body art, installation art, object, performance, photography, sculpture, video art)
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Egle Rakauskaite is a leading Lithuanian artist, recognised for her unique and individual works which combine qualities of purity, intimacy and emotional depth. She was born in 1967 and graduated from the Vilnius Academy of Arts in 1993. Trained as a painter, she initially rejected the medium,...

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Egle Rakauskaite