festival / exhibition / conference

23.Apr.10 - 22.Sep.10 GIJON [SP]: LABoral. El Proceso como Paradigma: Love, Piracy...
Before the background of unforeseen global processes, credit crash and climate change, the exhibition El proceso como paradigma researches the nature of processes and self organising, processual systems on a cultural level and in the arts. El proceso como paradigma puts forward the idea that today processes have become one of the major paradigms and creative strategies in contemporary art and design across the disciplines. The show reveals the elementary shift from a culture based on the concept of manifestation and the final product to a culture of process resulting from a networked society. Consequently, the show introduces a new understanding of process-based art which goes beyond previous definitions. Process as Paradigm suggests that the new process-based art is the art of the 21st century. (curatorial statement by Lucas Evers and Susanne Jaschko)
31.Oct.09 YOKOHAMA [JP]: Limitations Permitted
Limitations Permitted will be on show at CREAM International Festival for Arts and Media Yokohama 2009.
05.Nov.09 INNSBRUCK [AT]: FACELESS at [eye]identities
Vorführung im Leokino, Innsbruck [eye]identities - ein projekt von kinovi[sie]on; Lecture: Auszüge aus Manifesto for CCTV filmmakers (© www.ambientTV.net) gelesen von Linda Quehenberger. Gabi Wild liest aus Ilija Trojanow, Juli Zeh: Angriff auf die Freiheit. Sicherheitswahn, Überwachungsstaat und der Abbau bürgerlicher Rechte. (© 2009 Carl Hanser Verlag, München).
14.Aug.09 - 05.Sep.09 LONDON: meltdown @ FLOWERS EAST
Artists including: Karen Ay, Body & Evans, Stuart Brisley, Edward Burtynsky, Cedric Christie, Ken Currie, Peter Howson, Zarah Hunt, Glenys Johnson, Gerry Judah, Nadav Kander, John Keane, John Kirby, Tim Lewis, Manu Luksch & Mukul Patel, Robert Polidori, Michael Sandle, Paul Sakolsky, Jane Simpson FLOWERS 82 Kingsland Road London E2 8CP
03.Oct.09 NÜRNBERG [D]: Perspektive - International Human Rights Film Festival
Screening of the CCTV fairy tale Faceless at the film festival Perspektive, on Saturday, 3 Oct 18.45 and 7 Oct.
16. - 17.Jul.09 LONDON: Love, Piracy and the Office of Religious Weblog Expansion at AmbITion, Sadlers Wells
London book launch/performance and artist presentation
01.Sep.09 NORWICH [UK]: Artist Talk
Artist Talk at Norwich Castle Museum: Manu Luksch will present recent works.
29.May.09 - 28.Jun.09 HONG KONG: FEIGNED INNOCENCE - The other eyes: Intruder - Stalker
The FACELESS Project is part of the group exhibition FEIGNED INNOCENCE, invited by Para/Site Art Space Curatorial Program Exhibition, funded by Hong Kong Jockey Club, supported by Osage Art Foundation in Hong Kong.
30.Oct.09 - 10.Jan.10 NOTTINGHAM [UK]: No Visible Means of Escape - Contemporary Art, Imprisonment and Surveillance
The Nottingham Castle Museum will show FACELESS by Manu Luksch as part of the exhibition 'No Visible Means of Escape'.
18.Jul.09 - 04.Oct.09 NORWICH [UK]: No Visible Means of Escape - Contemporary Art, Imprisonment and Surveillance @ Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery
FACELESS by Manu Luksch will be shown at Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery: @ No Visible Means of Escape. Taking its name from Marc Quinn’s sculpture, No Visible Means of Escape (a suspended cast of the artist’s own body), the exhibition looks at control, punishment and surveillance and raises questions about the psychology of imprisonment. These themes have been widely explored in contemporary art and the works on show are by leading international artists including: Louise Bourgeois, Langlands and Bell, Zbigniew Libera, Carrie Levy, Tim Lee, Manu Luksch and Marc Quinn. Contemporary Art Norwich (CAN) is a biennial celebration of international contemporary visual art in venues and city centre sites across Norwich.
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