festival participations & events by ambientTV.NET members, and open access activities at ambient space
|13.Dec.13 - 23.Mar.14||CORK [ IR] Lewis Glucksman Gallery
'Closer': Film and Video Programme Screening, Curated by GLUCKSMAN futures, FACELESS screening: 13th Dec 6pm, Sisk Gallery. Including film and video works by artists Bill Brown, Esther Johnson, Thomas Lock, Lyndon Lorenz, Manu Luksch, and Alan Warburton amongst others, 'Closer' addresses ideas of architecture, public space and the built environment explored in our current exhibition Folly: Art after Architecture. Free, all welcome
|29.Oct.13||LONDON: Museum of London: The ODI Annual Summit
A day celebrating open data’s current and future role in government, business and society. The ODI's first annual summit will showcase innovative projects from many sources including government and academic research. Speakers include Sir Tim Berners-Lee & Sir Nigel Shadbolt, amongst other ... FACELESS (Manu Luksch 2007) will be screened at 17:00, as part of the programme.
|20.Oct.13||WROKLAV [PL]: FACELESS @ TIFF Festival
MAnu Luksch's film FACELESS (2007) is screened as part of Trochę Inny Festiwal Fotografii.
|16.Oct.13 - 16.Dec.13||PARIS: Centre Pompidou: Planète Marker
The Centre Pompidou and the Bibliothèque Publique d’Information (BPI) are paying tribute to Chris Marker, not only through his films, it goes without saying, but also by exploring the path of his inspirations, friendships and encounters. At the heart of this journey, the exhibition includes installations and multimedia works from the Centre Pompidou collection, together with his films and videos, and a reading room at the BPI. It is in this context that FACELESS, Manu Luksch 2007, is shown on 4 Nov 2013, 20:00, alongside Stopover in Dubai, Chris Marker, France, 2011, presented by Christa Blümlinger. Cinema 2.
|01.Oct.13||LONDON: Urban Wandering at Barbican
Faceless (UK 2008 Dir Manu Luksch 50 min) + Shorts (12A) + ScreenTalk with Manu Luksch and Emily Richardson - Tue 1 Oct 8pm, Cinema 3, as part of Urban Wandering:
A season of films and events which explore issues and debates in 'psychogeography' and our experience of the city, with a particular focus on our neighbouring boroughs in the East End. Over the last ten years a significant number of films have been made which connect with the psychogeography theme, and there has been much writing and debate on the subject. But this work has never been brought together as part of a comprehensive or unified film project. 'Urban Wandering' will thus be an innovative venture, and the approaches will be diverse; film will be at the heart of the programme, accompanied by introductions and screen talks, readings, walks, masterclasses and discussion. (from Barbican website)
|01. - 06.Oct.13||HONG KONG: AFTER CITY
VENUE JCCAC Central Courtyard CURATOR Andrew Lam (Hongkong) 林漢堅 ARTISTS Ciu Xiu Wen崔岫聞 (Beijing), Jiangzhi蔣志 (Shenzhen-Beijing), John Young楊子榮 (Melbourne), William Furlong (London), Lee Tal李脫 (Seoul), Hybrid Space Lab (Berlin), Ne Wai Hua倪衛華 (Shanghai), Sarawut Chutiwongpeti (Bangkok), Manu Luksch (London)
|27.Sep.13||LONDON: Friday Lunchtime Lecture at ODI
Friday lunchtime lectures (1 - 1:45 pm) are for everyone and free to attend. Manu Luksch willl present her artistic research project, FACELESS: Chasing the Data Shadow. Pioneering the notion of the 'legal ready mades', the sci-fi fairy tale FACELESS was entirely produced through activation of data protection legislation. The film interrogates the laws that govern the video surveillance of society, and in both its mode of coming into being and its plot, critiques such a surveilled society.
|26.Sep.13 - 26.Oct.13||UK TOUR: EASTLEIGH, LONDON, HEREFORD, NOTTINGHAM, BIRMINGHAM, EXETER, IPSWICH: Russell Maliphant Dance Company
STILL/CURRENT is a five-part programme of works by choreographer Russell Maliphant. It includes two new pieces, one of which is a major new duet, danced by Russell and Caryl Staton, with music by Mukul - their fourth collaboration. STILL/CURRENT has a preliminary UK tour starting this week, and will be performed at Sadler's Wells in Spring 2014, with international dates to follow.
|13.Sep.13||LONDON: RACHEL SUSSMAN at ambient.space
Please come to meet, talk, and enjoy a drink with New York-based artist and photographer RACHEL SUSSMAN at ambientspace.
For nearly a decade, Rachel has been developing 'The Oldest Living Things in the World' – a document of continuously living organisms that are at least 2,000 years old, and often far older. Her research has taken her right across the planet from poles to tropics, from the desert expanses of the American southwest into the labs of paleomicrobiologists investigating half-million year old bacterial colonies. Her work involves assiduous research, extreme travel, and a commitment to a nature. A monograph is due out in Spring 2014 from the University of Chicago Press.
Rachel is currently artist in residence at ambient.space as part of the A|R|C programme.
A|R|C invites international artists for collaborative residencies to consider the prospect from the studio in the metaphorical sense of possible futures.
Fri 13th September 2013, 5-8pm ambient.space Regent Studios 76 8 Andrews Road, London E8 4QN
|10. - 17.Aug.13||WOLKERSDORF: Fotowochen
Kreis-Verkehr Das Ende der Mobilität? - a programme produced by FLUSS, including a workshop by Manu Luksch: 'Make Your Own Future', and Johann Lurf at Schloss Wolkersdorf
|26. - 28.Jul.13||LONDON: FACELESS screening in Dalston
As part of the Dalston House artist film programme curated by Gareth Evans, FACELESS screenings are scheduled for Fri 6 pm and 7 pm,
Sat & Sun 11am, 12 pm, 1pm, 6 pm, 8pm.
1-7 Ashwin Street, Dalston, E8 3DL
|04.Jul.13 - 08.Sep.13||BILBAO: Alhóndiga Bilbao
FACELESS by Manu Luksch showing at the exhibition 'Artists as Catalysts' at Alhóndiga Bilbao, opening 4th July 2013.
|03.Jul.13 - 01.Sep.13||VIENNA: Museumsquartier / quartier21
The exhibition “FACELESS part I”, opening at freiraum quartier21 INTERNATIONAL/MQ on July 3 at 19:00, presents contemporary works from the worlds of art and fashion in which faces are hidden, transformed, or masked. The show compiles about one hundred works by artists including Marina Abramović, Manu Luksch, Ondrej Brody & Kristofer Paetau, Katsuya Kamo for Junya Watanabe COMME des GARÇONS, Ursula Hübner.
For artist Bogomir Doringer (SRB/NED), curator of the exhibition together with Brigitte Felderer from the University of Applied Arts Vienna, the exhibition was chiefly inspired by the sociopolitical consequences of 9/11. As the value of facial identifiability has risen, abstracted forms and representations of faces have become increasingly common in artistic production.
|30.Jun.13||LONDON: Kayak Libre, White House
Kayak Libre 3 with Rachel Hill
Alternative forms of education and knowledge exchange - a kayak lesson in exchange for a conversation.
Free Cooper Union UK (FCUUK) invites you to Public Assembly, a one-day free school celebrating alternative forms of knowledge and creative expression in art and technology.
There will be a full day of architectural installations, live demonstrations, kayak lessons, canal boat lectures, cinema screenings, talks and performances, accompanied by photo booth, DIY publications etc…
The event will pay tribute to New York City's last free university - the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Art and Science, whose Board of Trustees voted to end its 154-year tradition of giving full scholarships to all admitted students.
|13.Jun.13||NEW YORK, NY: Whitney Museum of American Art
Momentum: Women/Art/Technology: On Thursday, June 13, 2013, 7:00pm the Momentum project will be presented as a one-time event at the Film and Video Gallery of the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. The program includes a reel of film and video excerpts by artists who have been curated into the Momentum repertoire. Presentations: Muriel Magenta, Judith Brodsky, Ferris Olin, Adrianne Wortzel, Janet Echelman, Karolina Sobecka Video excerpts by Evelien Lohbeck, Emilia Forstreuter, Manu Luksch, Pamela Z., Deborah Kelly, Isa Gordon
|09. - 22.Apr.13||VIENNA: Visionen der Medienkust
You are invited to join us for the opening of "DEN KOSMOS FERN SEHEN - Fakes und Facts aus der Programmindustrie: Isabella Bordoni, Manu Luksch & Mukul Patel" - curated by alien productions, Gerda Lampalzer 9. 4. 2013, 21.30 Filmhaus Kino 10.4.2013 19.00 Eröffnung 12. 04. 2013 - 22. 04. 2013 Ausstellung Öffnungszeiten: Fr, Sa, Mo 14 - 18 Uhr for more info pls follow links below.
|16. - 16.Mar.13||BOURNEMOUTH: Uncovered 2013
Uncovered 2013 is a free, one-day visual arts exhibition which explores the impact of surveillance on our society, bringing awareness to issues such as privacy invasion, government interference and voyeurism; while also investigating the public’s moral standards on these issues. Uncovered will take place on Wednesday 6th March 2013, at The Life Centre, Winton, with an open viewing from 11am-5pm, and an evening presentation and champagne reception from 7pm. The exhibition will feature work from students at The Arts University Bournemouth and will include a special presentation of ‘Faceless’, the feature film from filmmaker Manu Luksch.
|13. - 13.Feb.13||SOCHI [RU]: Echoes of Eco
"Echoes of Eco" is an exhibition consisting of 15 single-channel videos as part of the 6th Sochi International Winter Festival of Arts directed by Yuri Bashmet.
|22.Jan.13 - 02.Feb.13||BRUXELLES [BE]: A Look Inside
The exhibition ''A Look Inside'' around the theme of privacy, art and technology is linked to the conference called Computers, Privacy and Data Protection. It includes a compilation of video works by Manu Luksch. location: De Markten
|18.Apr.12 - 31.Dec.13||LINZ [AT]: Ars Electronica Center
Mit der Ausstellung „Außer Kontrolle – Was das Netz über dich weiß“ widmet sich das Ars Electronica Center gemeinsam mit dem Department Sichere Informationssysteme der FH OÖ Campus Hagenberg dem sich stetig verschiebenden Verhältnis von Öffentlichkeit und Privatheit und den Chancen wie Risiken, die sich daraus für uns UserInnen ergeben. „Außer Kontrolle – Was das Netz über dich weiß“ ist von 19. April bis Ende 2012 zu erleben.