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18. - 19.Feb.12 SUFFOLK [UK]: PLACE 12: Taking the Waters
Aldeburgh Music's new cross-arts winter weekend - curated by Gareth Evans and celebrating the cultures of place across the UK – takes to the waters this year with a wide-ranging exploration of the meanings of the marine, the estuarine and the waterway in film, art, literature and thought. Starting from Roger Deakin’s modern classic on swimming, Waterlog, a remarkable assembly of acclaimed writers, artists, film-makers and thinkers will reflect on the paramount importance of the fluid spaces of the planet, in a unique location shaped so profoundly by the tide and its impacts. where: Britten Studio, Snape, Suffolk
for programme details visit Aldeburgh website
21. - 21.Jan.12 LONDON: Victoria and Albert Museum: Digital Design Drop In
Digital Studio, Sackler Centre 13:00 - 16:00 Drop-in afternoon to meet & talk with artist Manu Luksch about her recent work, and artistic practice ...
11. - 17.Nov.11 MAINZ [G]: Brit Cult Conference
Big Brother is Watching You (Again): Britain under Surveillance. Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of British Cultures at the Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz. include screening of video works by Manu Luksch.
30.Sep.11 - 02.Oct.11 LONDON: EAST POP
Showcase of contemporary art, which was produced in East London. Film screening curated by Alexa Cusber includes films by Manu Luksch.
Opening 6-9 pm, 29th Sept
Unit 1, Goldhawk Industrial Estate, Vinery Way, London W6 OBE
09. - 10.Oct.11 LONDON: Rebellious Media Conference
Chaired by writer and curator Gareth Evans, "Just Doing It: Women Documentary Makers and Social / Cultural Change" will present the practise of three London -based filmmakers - Emily James, Manu Luksch and Andrea Luka Zimmermann. Rebellious Media Conference, 11.30 - 1pm, Sunday 9 October, Friends House, 173 Euston Road, London NW1 2BJ
02. - 02.Aug.11 LONDON: Launch reception of Special Works School Report
This August the Special Works School publishes our Preliminary Report, which gathers field observations together with speculative proposals, historical images and capsule essays... With contributions from: Tom Chivers, Simon Elvins, Synnove Fredericks, Alex Haw, The Henningham Family Press, Manu Luksch, Mike Massaro & James Trefor-Jones, Vahakn Matossian, Sophie Nield, Christian Nold, Mark Pilkington, Heather Ring, James Wilkes, Hannah Wood, Patrick Wright and Liam Young. Produced with the support of Openvizor and Maharishi.

where: Maharishi 2-3 Great Pulteney Street in Soho

  The Occluded Front
LONDON 02 AUG Launch reception: Preliminary Report by Special Works School.
14. - 20.Nov.11 VIENNA [AT]: Vienna Art Week 2011
»Reflecting Reality« als Motto der siebten Vienna Art Week stellt aktuelle Verbindungslinien zwischen Wien als internationaler Kunstmetropole und ihrem Weltruf als Stadt der Psychoanalyse her.
Manu Luksch is one of the artists participating at the Interview Marathon, Mo 14 Nov, 13:00. at the Freud Museum.
01.Jul.11 - 01.Dec.11 LONDON: Sense & the City, London Transport Museum
The Sense & the City exhibition explores the powerful new forces that are shaping the way we live, work and travel in the city. GPS, pervasive wireless, sensing, near field communication, multi touch surfaces, open data, smart phones and a blizzard of new Apps are combining to redefine our urban relationships. Data visualisation is beginning to work with these digital riches to help us make deals, be sociable, navigate and network in powerful new ways. Sense & the City will include "Mapping CCTV" by Manu Luksch.
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
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