festival / exhibition / conference

  GROUND TRUTH: THE AL-ARAQIB MUSEM OF STRUGGLE. in collaboration with Forensic Architecture
04.Apr.17 - 28.May.17 TOKYO: Shiseido Gallery
Naoya Hatakeyama, visiting as one of our artists-in-residence at ambient.space, took photos of the 60ies social housing project Thamesmead in Greater London (also film location for Clockwork Orange) - now shown at Shiseido Gallery, Tokyo. Naoya collaborated with Mukul, who provided accompanying poetry.
22.Feb.18 TOKYO: joint artist talk with Naoya Hatakeyama at YEBISU
Joint artist talk about ambient AIR "Utopian Architecture" with Naoya Hatakeyama. 7pm at Ebisu Garden Place
22. - 22.Feb.17 MÜNCHEN: Münchner Stadtmuseum
Dreams Rewired at Festival FilmWeltWirtschaft München
10. - 26.Feb.17 TOKYO: Yebisu International Festival for Art and Alternative Visions
screening of DREAMS REWIRED at Topmuseum for Photography, Tokyo, followed by Q&A with Manu Luksch
07.Nov.16 - 15.Jan.17 ATHENS: Onassis Cultural Centre
World premiere of THIRD QUARTERLY REPORT, 35 min double-projection piece by Manu Lukch, at HYBRIDS: On the borderline between Art and Technology.
  Third Quarterly Report
double-projection installation by Manu Luksch, world premiered at 'art meets science' exhibtion HYBRIDS: On the borderline between Art and Technology. Onassis Cultural Centre, Athens. 8 Nov 2016-15 Jan 2017
15. - 15.Sep.16 GOTEBORG [SE]: Hasselblad Foundation’s exhibition WATCHED!
The Hasselblad Foundation’s exhibition WATCHED! in Göteborg reflects on the complexities of contemporary surveillance. Manu Luksch will present her ongoing research into conceptions of progress based on information technology and the seemingly necessary concomitant mass data surveillance. (Whither human autonomy?). This will be followed by a special screening of FACELESS.
04. - 12.Aug.16 SEOUL: 16th Seoul International New Media Festival
The film is shown at the 16th Seoul International New Media Festival at the beginning of August.
09.Sep.16 LONDON: DREAMS REWIRED @ King's College
There will be an opportunity to see DREAMS REWIRED in London at the symposium LIVING PASTS, MOVING PRESENT organised by the German Screen Studies Network. Do check out the whole three day programme of screenings, workshops and panel discussions exploring cinema as a resource for reshaping a crisis-ridden global present. Film Screening: Dreams Rewired/Mobilisierung der Träume Friday 9th Sep 2016, 14–16h followed by a Q & A led by Annie Ring (UCL) with Manu Luksch in Room K-1.14 in the King’s Building, King’s College London, The Strand, London, WC2R 2LS
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