calendar 2014

festival participations & events by ambientTV.NET members, and open access activities at ambient space

06. - 14.Nov.14 LONDON: Creative Machines shows FACELESS
This major exhibition at Goldsmiths University's St James Hatcham Church Gallery explores the twilight world of human/machine creativity in contemporary art, including installations of video and computer art, artificial intelligence, robotics and apps by twenty-five leading artists including well-known international artists, Goldsmiths staff and students.
St James Hatcham Church Gallery, Goldsmiths, University of London, St James, Lewisham Way, SE14 6NW
12.Oct.14 LONDON: Makiko Yamamoto: A|R|C artist presentation at
Please join us for Makiko Yamamoto's public talk about her practice and current project Mending Mito. where: when: 5pm
10. - 10.Oct.14 HAMBURG [DE]: Footprints in the Snow of Noise
You are invited to the screening of video works by Manu Luksch, at Galerie Genscher / Park; Planten un Blomen, Millerntorplatz 27–48, U3 St. Pauli. from 19:00 onwards
11. - 17.Aug.14 ROSIA MONTANA [Romania]: FânFest
FânFest is the biggest multi-art activist festival in Romania which started with a community’s struggle to protect their land and inspired a generation. It kickstarted Europe’s one of the fastest growing and most vibrant environmental movement in the last decade in Eastern Europe. At this year's festival, FACELESS by Manu Luksch will be shown (english with Romanian subtitles).
12. - 16.Jun.14 LONDON: Ghost on the Wire
Group exhibition at Bermondsey Project Space, featuring artists from the United Kingdom, Singapore and beyond, and curated by Gavin Maughfling and Suzanne de Emmony:
"We have invited film-makers, painters, installation and sound artists, photographers, writers and choreographers and others to respond to our theme, which is communication: how we use, adapt and subvert technologies to communicate across time and space, and perhaps how we are in turn shaped by our use of these innovations."
04.Jun.14 NAMUR [BE]: Caméras de Surveillance et Vie Privee
En collaboration avec le Centre de recherche en Information, Droit et Société de l’Université de Namur (CRIDS), Barricade vous propose de réagir au projet PTZ-Pilot, dont l’objectif est de développer des moyens techniques permettant « le pilotage automatique de caméras motorisées pour l’observation détaillée de personnes ou de scènes ».
En substance, ce projet financé par la Région wallonne permettrait de passer de la supervision de lieux vers l’observation systématique de personnes déterminées sur base de comportement considérés comme étant «suspects» ou «anormaux».
Le CRIDS a notamment été chargé, par la Région, de recueillir les réactions de la société civile face au PTZ-Pilot. Puisqu’on nous y invite, n’hésitons pas!
La soirée sera animée par les chercheurs Nathalie Grandjean (philosophe), Perrine Vanmeerbeek (anthropologue) et Franck Dumortier (juriste).
Le débat sera précédé par la projection du film Faceless, de Manu Luksch (50 minutes).
15.May.14 - 03.Aug.14 RIGA European Capital of Culture
The international media art exhibition FIELDS will take place at the Arsenāls Exhibition Hall of the Latvian National Museum of Art. The exhibition is one of the key events of “Riga 2014 – European Capital of Culture” programme. Exhibition FIELDS is curated by Raitis Smits, Rasa Smite and Armin Medosch (Austria/UK).

The exhibition FIELDS will introduce to the role of art in modern science, technology innovation and social change. It will feature historical art works from the collections of European museums and galleries which trace parallel paths of art, scientific inventions and media technologies in the 20th century. Visitors will be welcomed to meet the most recent tendencies in the search for innovative approaches and forms in the 21st century art practices which address sustainability issues from various perspectives.

Amongst the exhibits is KAYAK LIBRE by Manu Luksch.

01. - 31.Mar.14 [online] FACELESS is film-of-the-month at
Manu Luksch's film FACELESS is featured as film-of-the-month as part of the sixpack Collection. View the film online for free, if you are based in Germany or Austria (German subtitles)...
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 » read more
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