festival / exhibition / conference

06.May.11 LONDON: Cities Methodologies 2011, Slade Research Centre
Manu Luksch is presenting recent video works to illustrate the use of artistic intervention in public space as form of investigation, and collaborative practice with groups whose experience and expertise is under-recognised, in playful search for social change. Cities Methodologies is a pan-UCL initiative to show case innovative methods in urban research, drawing together work from undergraduate programmes, through to PhD studies, staff, and the wider research community.
Opening: 4th May 2011
13.May.11 BIRMINGHAM [UK]: Search Engine group show at Grand Union
Grand Union presents an exhibition of material produced throughout Air programme "Search Engines". Included artists: Manu Luksch & Mukul Patel, American Mountains, GOTO10.
21.Sep.11 - 23.Oct.11 LONDON [UK]: All is not lost. Group exhibition at CGP London: Café Gallery
ALL IS NOT LOST, an exhibition of artworks by female artists who present a philosophy of optimistic resilience in the face of unprecedented government cuts to arts funding. Participating artists: Zoe Brown, Rebecca Glover, Rachael House, Manu Luksch, Olivia Jane Ransley, Martina Schmücker, Rosalie Schweiker, Jessica Voorsanger, Kate Yoland. Curated by Emily Druiff
Private view: 18 Sep 20111, 2-5pm. CGP London Café Gallery, Centre of Southwark Park, London, SE16 2UA
07.Apr.11 - 31.May.11 SEOUL [Korea]: space*c, Coreana Museum of Art shows FACELESS
The exhibition "Featuring Cinema" curated by Myung Ji Bae aims toshed light on aspects of video art hat have embraced and interpreted conditions of its neighbouring genre film. FACELESS by Manu Luksch will be included in the international programme.
21. - 24.Apr.11 GENEVA [CH]: FACELESS at electron festival
Hacking & Bricolage - Exhibition curated by Raffael Dörig for the Geneva festival of electronic cultures, Batiment d'Art Contemporain (BAC), incl !Mediengruppe Bitnik, Aram Bartholl, René Bauermeister, Christian Croft & Andrew Schneider, John Delappe, F.A.T. Lab, Andy Guhl & Norbert Moeslang, Shiho Fukuhara & Georg Tremmel, Florian Kaufmann & Michael Egger, Leopold Kessler, Christin Lahr, Eva & Franco Mattes, Nikolas Neecke, Ubermorgen.com, Julius von Bismarck
11. - 31.Mar.11 BARCELONA [SPAIN]: Language Code
An exhibition curated by Laura Plana about the evolution of language, the code, failure aesthetics, narratives, art&language, digital art, encryptation and minimalism & conceptualization, including Luksch & Patel, Aymeric Mansoux / Marloes de Valk, Karl Holmqvist, and Konrad Becker.
21.Mar.11 - 02.Apr.11 BIRMINGHAM [UK]: AiR Grand Union, Fierce Festival, Flatpack Festival
During their AiR at Grand Union, Manu Luksch and Mukul Patel will bring 'Kayak Libre' to Birmingham. produced in collaboration with Fierce & or-bits.com.
Flatpack Festival will show video works by the artists (watch this space).
Fierce Festival will take place from 24th – 27th March 2011
12. - 12.Feb.11 [ONLINE PANEL] Art/Technology Global Sample
Rendezvous Trianon, 3rd Floor, Hilton New York. Chairs: Mark Tribe, Brown University; Chris Csikszentmihalyi, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Participants include Manu Luksch (London), Ntone Edjabe (Capetown), Raqs Media Collective (Delhi), Natalie Jeremijenko (New York), and the Ghost of Allan Kaprow (the Beyond)
The panel is commissioned by College Art Association, New York, for its 100th anniversary, as one of a half-dozen “Centennial Sessions” that hope to reflect on the differences between the last Century and this one.

when: Saturday, February 12, from 2:30 PM to 5:00 PM

09.Oct.10 WEST BROMWICH [UK]: Working Together: Partnerships, Regeneration and the Common Good in the Arts and Beyond
'Working Together' is the slogan on the hoardings of many construction sites that form part of the regeneration of West Bromwich, West Midlands. Together in this are local government and large corporations as well as charities and other voluntary and non-profit bodies, as has become typical across the UK and beyond in a development most recently captured in the new government's notion of 'Big Society'. (...)

Contributors include: Steven Conolly (Town & Regional Planning, University of Sheffield), Karen Leach/John Morris (Localise West Midlands), Robin Pearson (local historian, tbc), and participating artists and researchers Cody Lee Barbour, David Berridge, Céline Siani Djiakoua, John Dummett, Anna Francis, Neil Gray, Michelle Letowska, Manu Luksch, Heather Ring, Leo Singer, Suzan Spence, Urban Research Collective & curator Monika Vykoukal.

For further details please contact Chloe Brown (email chloebrown@multistory.org.uk or tel 0121 524 2127)
23. - 30.Sep.10 HAIFA [IL]:
As part of the ANIMATE! programme of animation shorts, Make it Snow! Make it Snow! Make it Snow!, a (very) short meditation on the manipulation of winter landscapes for tourism by Manu Luksch, will be screened at the Haifa International Film Festival 2010.
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