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COMIC 2 COTA - Imperative - PAGE 1 (Fren
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Ercan Arslan

was born in 1969. Since 1980, he has been living in Berlin. After completing high school in Berlin in 1989, he studied art at the North-London College (NLC) from 1992 to 1994. He co-edited several literary and art magazines in Germany for a long time. Since 1984, Arslan has had more than 70 solo exhibitions and participated in numerous group exhibitions in Berlin, Frankfurt/Oder, London, Utrecht, and Istanbul. Since 1996, he has participated in numerous art performances in Berlin and elsewhere. Every year, he spends a two-month period in the Anatolian mountain village of Agcasar, where he is intensively involved with land-art and sculpturing. Arslan lives
and works in Berlin.
Nada Ahmed
is a Nubian/Egyptian refugee and artist
based in Marseille, France. Their expression ranges between poetry, spoken word, comics, illustrations, storytelling and voice-over. Inspired by personal experiences in topics such as spirituality, gender, immigration, race and neurodivergence, Nada's work aims at posing questions and finding intersections through challenging global politics and the human condition as a whole. Nada is now working on their third poetry collection in Arabic and English besides a series of comics in response to the process of their integration in France.


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Blaise Guinin
illustrator and scriptwriter, has published several comics since 2011: En attendant que le vent tourne (Casterman), Georges et la Mort (Glénat - 12 bis), Quatre couleurs (Vraoum), L'île de la stupidité (Dargaud), Sortie scolaire en enfer (Dargaud) as well as various books as an illustrator, including a book, Mission Accroupie en 2023 created for the Louvre Museum.
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Kata Keresztely
is a visual artist experimenting within different fields of arts and crafts such as animation, webdesign, recycled jewellery, decorative painting, embroidery, baking, etc. She has also published a series of graphic short stories in the literary journal of the Institut du monde arabe (Qantara).
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