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Kerry Skarbakka – The Struggle to Right Oneself

Philosopher Martin Heidegger described human existence as a process of perpetual falling, and felt it the responsibility of each individual to catch themselves, climb up…

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Lost & Found Project: Family Photos Swept Away by the 2011 Tsunami in East Japan

After the first medical assistance and the search for survivors, the laborious act of cleaning up and reconstruction after the Tsunami of March 11th, 2011,…

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Imran Qureshi

The work of the Pakistani artist Imran Qureshi brings together two extremes: clear traces of death and violence with the tranquillity of miniatures. Qureshi, trained as…

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Shirin Fakhim – Tehran Prostitutes

Shirin Fakhim’s Tehran Prostitutes uses absurd and sympathetic humour to address issues surrounding the Persian working-girl circuit. In 2002 it was estimated that there were…

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Robert Montgomery

Bicycling to work, walking to the supermarket with traffic racing past and the pavement full of people: everything is just like every other day. But…

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Joachim Koester – Tarantism

Tarantism, the film installation by the Danish artist Joachim Koester (born in Copenhagen in 1962) is about loss of control over the body, no longer…

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