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HOOLIGANS
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WASHERWOMEN
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JOURNEY
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DOLL HOUSE
PERSONAL SPACE
PERSONAL SPACE #2
THE PEST
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ANXIETY
WEATHER FORECAST
ON THE LOOKOUT
COLOURING SOUNDSCAPES
REFLECTION ON LIFE NO. 125082
WEATHER FORECAST - WINTER/SUMMER
CLOUD THAT SMELLED BLUE
SOCKS SNAPPER
VEXATION OF SPIRIT
STORM IN A TEA GLASS
SHADOWS
HOIST
CARDBOARD DRIPPINGS
ACROBATS
GRAVITATION
BREATHING IN THE AIR
WE ARE HERE
INFINITY
1928
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SNOWBALL FIGHT
TODDLER
STATICVIDEO
POLAR BEAR FODDER
TREMBLING CREATURES
LIFE IS STRUGGLE
MADE IN ANCIENT GREECE
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FISH TALK
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FUR DIE STADT
THE ANGEL
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HOOLIGANS


by Anna Frants and CYLAND MediaArtLab
Media installation
Live Cam, Video Projection, Toys, Programing.
From the series “Law breakers”
2019


The word “hooligan”, which nowadays means “young troublemaker”, “brawler” or “bully”, came into the Russian language from English sounding pretty much the same. There are three versions of the term’s origins: from the name of the Irishman Patrick Houlihan who was going wild in the London district of Southwark; from the word “hooley”, which in Irish means a “rowdy drinking party”; from the name of the street gang Hooley Gang in the northern London district of Islington. The use of the word in English dates to the 1890s, and in the early 20th century it became international.

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