16.Apr.09 PARIS [FR]: AIS book launch and screenings @ Centre Pompidou
The publication AMBIENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS is launched during the performance 'Love, Piracy, and the Office of Religious Weblog Expansion' at Beaubourg, Les cinemas. From 20:00 - 22:00, Les cinemas are showing films by Manu Luksch, including Virtual Borders (1999/2004) and The Order (2001/2009).
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.
The video programme 'Unreal Asia', curated by Gridthiya Gaweewong & David Teh, will include Manu Luksch's and Mukul Patel's 'Aju J's New Year Feast - In the Year of the Fire Dog'.
  First Thursday exhibitions
6th Nov 2008: & Lucy Thane present: Crisis in the Credit System by Melanie Gilligan; Aju J's New Year Feast – In the Year of the Fire Dog by Manu Luksch & Mukul Patel, and live music by Petit Mal...
06.Nov.08 LONDON: private view at
private view at As part of First Thursdays evening of gallery openings, presents 'Aju J's New Year Feast – In the Year of the Fire Dog'(2006) by Manu Luksch & Mukul Patel.
  recursively yours,
three sound and light works by mukul
02.Oct.08 LONDON: private view at
LONDON: private view at As part of First Thursdays evening of gallery openings, invites to the private view of PHONEME by Mukul.
17.Oct.08 LONDON: The Beautiful Children artist-in-residence, Shiho Fukuhara, presents her work at The Beautiful Children, an exhibition curated by Joakim Borda and Colm Lally. The event is part of The Wharf Road Project organised by V22.
14.Nov.08 - 17.Jan.09 AMSTERDAM [NL]: Speaking Out Loud at the Netherlands Media Art Institute
Speaking Out Loud, curated by Susanne Jaschko, advocates a free and creative process of thinking out loud through artworks that enable a playful and surprising experience of language. Featuring works by Christoph Keller, Jaromil, Tim Etchells and Vlatka Horvat, Manu Luksch and Mukul Patel (A NEW AND EXCITING EXPERIENCE), and others.
  Nagaratharan by Attakalari
Nagaratharan – ‘Inter city’ – is a spectacular surround sound dance, performance and light installation developed for the Mayor’s Trafalgar Square Fstival 2007 by Attakalari Centre for Movement Arts, Bangalore. Mukul Patel composed a multi-point sound installation that bridged 2000 years of the multifaceted history of the city of Bangalore, and suggested formulations for its fast-approaching future.
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