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media, women, writing
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (theatre)
Written and spoken word (drama)
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Intercult

Gilly Adams is a workshop leader and director who specialises in work with text. For more than a decade she was the Artistic Director of the Made in Wales Stage Company, which developed and produced new plays. In addition, Gilly works regularly with an international network for women in...

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colonialism, identity, writing
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (drawing)
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House of World Cultures

The world, a huge text. In his drawings, Frédéric Bruly Bouabré, born in 1923 and now living in Abidjan on the Ivory Coast, continually interlaces the small with the great. In the pattern of orange-peel he can discern the earth and the heavens, and to him every round form is...

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deutsch
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Identität, Kolonialismus, Schrift
Genre (Subgenres):
Bildende Kunst (Zeichnung)

Die Welt, ein großer Text: In seinen Zeichnungen verwebt der 1923 geborene Künstler Frédéric Bruly Bouabré, der in Abidjan an der Elfenbeinküste lebt, unentwegt das Kleine mit dem Großen. Im Muster von Orangenschalen kann er die Karten der Erde und des...

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dream, game of luck, love, water, writing
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (drawing, object, painting)
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Visiting Arts

Inga Bruvere was born in 1963 in Riga, Latvia. She studied at the Latvian Academy of Art and lives and works in Riga. She is a painter who plays with time, illusion and reality in her work. She has exhibited extensively in the Baltic States with several solo exhibitions in Latvia and Lithuania...

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Inga Bruvere

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Islam, writing
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (curating art, text)
Written and spoken word (column, criticism, essay)
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The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts is a public, state institution of higher learning. Founded in 1754, the Academy is located in Copenhagen, Denmark and was built and given as a gift by the King, as a means of cultivating a deeper appreciation for artistic forms. The Academy consists of nine...

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Else Marie Bukdahl

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children & youth, communication, everyday life, interdisciplinarity, language, subculture, writing
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Performing Arts (circus arts, mime, theatre)
Written and spoken word (criticism, debate, journalism, lectures, poetry, prose)
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Intercult

Floriane Gaber is a writer, researcher, journalist, teacher and cultural consultant. She is a well-travelled European commentator and critic of street theatre, mime, circus and spoken/written word performance. She has been published widely and is a regular contributor to cultural and arts journals...

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Floriane Gaber

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interculturalism, language, media, politics, writing
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (curating art)
Written and spoken word (criticism, general, media debate, public speaking)
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Adrienne Goehler is a former Senator for Science, Research and Culture in Berlin and one of Europe’s foremost cultural debaters.

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Adrienne Goehler

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emptiness, everyday life, language, longing, love, memory, people, perception, stereotype, writing
genre (subgenre):
Media Arts (multi media installation, sound art)
Visual Arts (installation art, portrait, sculpture, text)
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Visiting Arts

Born in 1975 in Johannesburg, South Africa, Frances Goodman studied Fine Art at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg. She then moved to London to join the MA course at Goldsmiths College, graduating in 2000. From 2001 to 2003 she lived in Antwerp where she was artist in residence at...

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Frances Goodman

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crossroads:
status, stereotype, technology, time, tradition, trance, urbanity, values, wind, writing
genre (subgenre):
Film (video)
Media Arts (multi media installation, video)
Visual Arts (body art, installation art, object, performance, photography, sculpture, video art)
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Visiting Arts

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

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additional names:
Barefoot (Company name) , Lewcock (married name)
crossroads:
beauty, earth, nature, people, writing
genre (subgenre):
Architecture (general)
Design and Crafts (textiles)
Visual Arts (painting)
Written and spoken word (children's literature, general)
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Visiting Arts

Barbara Sansoni is an artist, writer and designer. She founded Barefoot, a company of rural handweavers in Sri Lanka some thirty years ago and is the Chairperson and chief designer of Barefoot Pvt. Ltd. Her textile designs are characterised by their colours and simple rectilinear forms. Born in...

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Barbara Sansoni

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border, conflict, death, diversity, dream, emigration, history, home, identity, longing, love, marginalisation, writing
genre (subgenre):
Performing Arts (theatre)
Written and spoken word (drama, play)
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Intercult

Dramatist and playwright Goran Stefanovski was born in Macedonia. He worked in Yugoslavia as one of its most prominent theatre professionals until the early 90s, when he moved to England. His career was deeply affected by the collapse of the communist regime in East Europe and the war in...

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Goran Stefanovski

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body, borderline experience, communication, gay & lesbian, identity, interdisciplinarity, language, love, peace, politics, pop-culture, ritual, spirituality, technology, women, writing
genre (subgenre):
Media Arts (Cyber Performance, digital arts, general, Internet)
Performing Arts (interactive performance, video performance)
Written and spoken word (column, play)
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Helen Varley Jamieson, Web Queen of the Magdalena Project, has a tendency to pop up all over the globe, both in flesh and virtually. A theatre practitioner since childhood, she currently experiments with cyberperformance-live performance that brings remote performers together via the internet-with...

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