projects 2010

  A|R|C
A|R|C invites international artists for month-long collaborative residencies at ambient.space studios {London]. Currently artist-in-residency, Makiko Yamamoto, will give a talk this Sunday, 12th Oct 2014, 5pm...
  soon at ambient.space
April: Hong Kong-based artist Movana Chen will be Travelling into ambient's Bookshelf >>>
  blue-sky blueprint / Architekturbüro LichtPause
21 Sept - 23 Oct 2011: exhibited at CGP LONDON: Café Gallery, SE16. A radical re-visioning of public spaces as learning environments, this short film results from an unusual collaboration between architectural modellers and the (primary) researchers and designers – local children.
  Beyond Surveillance
Artistic strategies against video surveillance. A programme of short videos curated by Manu Luksch.
  ElectroSmog Festival
The ElectroSmog Festival of Sustainable Immobility takes place telematically on scheduled video chat channels. London-based node, Chelsea College of Art & Design, invites to join for some of the events. Manu Luksch, Mukul Patel and ambient.lounge guests Armin Medosch, Heather Ring, and the Lorax are presenting on Friday, 19 March 19:00 (GTM), at "Public media art projects and sustainability". Free, booking essential. info[at]ambientTV.NET. where: ambient.space
  Function Creep
tactical fiction project. www.function-creep.com coming soon!
  Who Owns The Weather
An investigation into the human desire to control weather events
  Love, Piracy, and the Office of Religious Weblog Expansion
BERMONDSEY PROJECT SPACE 13th - 16th JUNE 2014. The book is also available at Amazon Live art installation and collaborative reading project, based on a text about censorship in Iran... [VIDEO mp4]
  Kayak Libre
Explore the desires for possible futures of mobility as online snapshots of conversations. Geo-website and intervention in public space, KAYAK LIBRE was awarded the Marianne von Willemer Prize for Digital Art.
  publication AMBIENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS Luksch/Patel
The publication Ambient Information Systems elucidates the work of Manu Luksch, Mukul Patel and collaborators as part of the wave of critical art that has emerged alongside the rise of digital networks. Available from Amazon