Award-winning essay film by Manu Luksch, Martin Reinhart and Thomas Tode, narrated by Tilda Swinton, produced by Amour Fou Filmproduktion/ Bildschön/ Ambient Information Systems. Screenings include 44th Int'l Rotterdam Film Festival, Xth Orphans, 41st Seattle Int'l Film Festival, 32nd Jerusalem Film Festival, CPH:DOX, Film Forum New York, National Gallery of Art Washington, Technisches Museum Vienna, Moscow Int'l Documentary Film Festival
A|R|C invites international artists for month-long collaborative residencies at studios {London]. Currently artist-in-residency, Makiko Yamamoto, will give a talk this Sunday, 12th Oct 2014, 5pm...
  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, 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.
06. - 06.Nov.16 MEXICO CITY: 5th Appropriation and Experimental Film Festival at Centro de Cultura Digital
DREAMS REWIRED screening at 5th Appropriation and Experimental Film Festival / Jornadas de Reapropiación 2016
19.Aug.16 - 05.Sep.16 SINGAPORE: Ghost On The Wire #2
We’re excited to bring the project to Singapore, where it will be shown as part of the group show GHOST ON THE WIRE #2, curated by DEM Projects (Gavin Maughfling and Suzanne De Emmony) at Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film. Supported by the Austrian Embassy Singapore
07. - 12.Jun.16 LONDON: No Body at Sadler's Wells
Lighting designer and Sadler’s Wells Associate Artist Michael Hulls invites the audience onto the main stage to experience LightSpace, an immersive installation designed to bathe the audience in light and pay homage to the humble tungsten bulb, with specially commissioned music by Andy Cowton and Mukul. Mukul also composed the soundtrack for KAIROS, a triptych installation by Russell Maliphant.
26.Jan.15 ROTTERDAM: World Premiere of DREAMS REWIRED
The feature essay film DREAMS REWIRED / Mobilisierung der Träume (Luksch / Reinhart / Tode) has its world premiere at the 44th International Rotterdam Film Festival.
* short-listed for the Royal Society Young People Book Award 2014 * An illustrated book by Mukul Patel for ages 10+ that introduces real mathematics - the kind you don't get taught at school. In it you'll discover the game of life, a better way to board planes, and why some infinities are bigger than others… and also moose, wolves, bikes with triangular wheels, and the longest poem in the world. Includes puzzles and challenges, biographies, and a guide to where to find out more. And a rocking quote from Henri Poincaré: "Mathematics is the art of giving the same name to different things'."
STILL/CURRENT is a five-part programme of works by choreographer Russell Maliphant. It includes two new pieces, one of which is a major new duet, danced by Russell and Caryl Staton, with music by Mukul - their fourth collaboration. STILL/CURRENT has a preliminary UK tour starting this week, and will be performed at Sadler's Wells in Spring 2014, with international dates to follow.
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