Nederlands Instituut voor Mediakunst (NL) from 14. Nov 08 : This is the story of a woman who does everything by the booklet... A NEW AND EXCITING EXPERIENCE is a suite of works (installations, book, film) based on the language of user manuals. Originally commissioned by SPACE Studios and Queen Mary College London, works are now installed as part of the group show 'Speaking Out Loud', Amsterdam.
6th Nov 2008: ambient.space & Lucy Thane present: Crisis in the Credit System by Melanie Gilligan; Aju J's New Year Feast – In the Year of the Fire Dog by Manu Luksch & Mukul Patel, and live music by Petit Mal...
three sound and light works by mukul
The works of ambient.vista artist-in-residence programme 2008 were shown at V2 The Wharf London. The catalogue is downloadable as pdf.
Nagaratharan – ‘Inter city’ – is a spectacular surround sound dance, performance and light installation developed for the Mayor’s Trafalgar Square Fstival 2007 by Attakalari Centre for Movement Arts, Bangalore. Mukul Patel composed a multi-point sound installation that bridged 2000 years of the multifaceted history of the city of Bangalore, and suggested formulations for its fast-approaching future.
misfits, miscreants, square pegs in round holes... or perhaps round pegs in square holes? Three artists cast distorting eyes over Trafalgar Square, presenting twisted geometries over 12 panels of the London Lomowall during the The Lomography World Congress. (17. - 23. Sept 07).
A new online resource of materials on the music of North India, based on Mukul's studies with Sohan Nilkanth: sound and text, coming soon...
The exhibition and laboratory SATELLITE OF LOVE highlights alternatives to what the larger public might consider to be ‘the renewed potential’ of the television medium. This event takes place during the The 35th International Film Festival Rotterdam, which teamed up with Witte de With center for contemporary art, Rotterdam for the exhibition "Satellite of Love" (To 26 March, 2006). VBI, an ambientTV.NET production, will feature the artists Lektrolab (Emma Davidson & Paul B. Davis), Rachel Baker, Tina Hage, Juha Huuskonen, Manu Luksch, and Mukul Patel. To participate in Lektrolab's teletext channel 'Microtel', read on here. Also check out the photo blog
video installation by Manu Luksch and Mukul Patel. Premiered at Temporary Art Museum Soi Sabai, Bangkok, 11–17 Feb 2006. [ watch video online]