visual arts

  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.
10.Apr.10 LONDON: Movana Chen @ ambient.space
Movana is staying at ambient.space for her project "Traveling into your Bookshelf", supported by jump+. Movana is Hong Kong -based artist, "exploring wearable art by creating "body containers" sculptures, which are to examine the relationship between clothes and the media, and also to reflect on our consumption of disposable commodities. Through the knitting of these multi-languages hidden with the magazine papers, we learn about communication. It creates an alternative way of reading and exploring art as a dialogue between visual language and the viewers." (artist's website)
26. - 26.Jan.10 BOMBAY/MUMBAI [IN]: Love, Piracy and the Office of Religious Weblog Expansion
What better way to spend Republic Day than CAMPing out with Ambient Information Systems? Participatory performance/installation/book launch + screening + music.
19. - 19.Jan.10 AHMEDABAD [IN]: Love, Piracy and the Office of Religious Weblog Expansion
Participatory performance/installation and book launch at the School of Architecture, Ahmedabad. 15.00 - 18.30
  Standing up to close scrutiny
photography by Manu Luksch
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
  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]
  Limitations Permitted
handheld 3D cinema about the hyper-regulation of public space by Manu Luksch
visual arts

THE MISTAKE

chalk drawings in public space

 

mistake

THE MISTAKE, chalk writing under surveillance. Manu Luksch 2008

 

 

THE MISTAKE is an adaptation of Joseph Beuys' MANIFEST, which he published
as postcard in 1985: "Der Fehler fängt schon an, wenn einer sich anschickt
Keilrahmen und Leinwand zu kaufen."

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