25 Nov, 16:00 Podiumsdiskussion “Data, Technology & the Arts: Challenging Orders” mit Elisabeth Noever-Ginthör (Wirtschaftsagentur Wien), Thomas Fischbacher (Discover Culture), Manu Luksch (Künstlerin). Moderation: Robert Punkenhofer
The group exhibition House of Challenging Orders as part of Vienna Art Week 2022 includes my mixed media installation The Empty Quarter -Rub’ al Khali that investigates the complicity of avowedly democratic governments in human rights abuses. “The innovative potential of art in the struggle against prevailing structures through creative strategies is as much a […]
Can algorithms ensure greater neutrality and efficiency? Are they as free from human bias as we usually think? The exhibition ‘Codes and algorithms. Meaning in a calculated world’ seeks to make sense of this phenomenon and it’s implications. Egor Craft, Data Garden, Kriaki Goni, Kairus, Shinseingback Kimyonghun, Manu Luksch, Mathias Pitscher & Giacomo Piazzi, Trevor […]
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As part of the 25th Traveling Series, the festival will bring a selection of films (including Manu Luksch’s short film ALGO-RHYTHM) to venues in Brooklyn, New York; Portland, Maine; Berkeley, California; Baltimore, Maryland; and St. Louis, Missouri and Puerto Rico.
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Location: outside Deutsches Technikmuseum A street exhibition and collaboration between Tactical Tech and a theatre HAU in partnership with the German Technology Museum as part of Berlin Art Week
If you have snapped up your ticket for the music festival Rock-en-Seine 2022 in the Domaine National de Saint-Cloud just outside Paris, don’t miss the screening of short hip hop musical ALGO-RHYTHM!
The darkroom, frottage and the wake: how stories circulate, invent, archive Panel discussion with Linn Phyllis Seeger, Ajamu Ikwe-Tyehima, Manu Luksch. Moderation: Erich Prem Raw: Artificial / Distributed Intelligence: Murmuration and the Politics of Mattering Keynote by Johnny Golding followed by a conversation with students of the Art & Science Master
(Free) screening at Stadtkino im Künstlerhaus including works by Meriem Bennani and Orian Barki, Manu Luksch (ALGO-RHYTHM 2019) Sylvia Eckermann and Gerald Nestler, Shulea Chang, Linn Phyllis Seeger
The international première of documentary film Sing And Cry, Cry And Sing will take place at the 62nd Kraków Film Festival. Please join us at one of the following screenings: 30th May 2022 17:00 Agrafka – Agrafka – Q&A2nd June 2022 13:30 MOS | Małopolski Ogród Sztuki – MOS 2
Screening of short film ALGO-RHYTHM (2019) as part of the Young curators 2022 programme at VIS 22. Filmmuseum Wien, Austria
You are invited to the King’s x Somerset House Studios 2022 Showcase on Tuesday 3 May 2022, 17.45 – 21.00. Aimed at addressing pressing contemporary issues and enhancing public knowledge and understanding through interdisciplinary work, the third iteration of this collaborative programme offers artist-researcher teams the opportunity to connect and develop ideas, exploring critical new […]
We are delighted to invite you to the screening of short film ALGO-RHYTHM as part of the film programme at the Kesselhaus!
This introductory workshop is designed to introduce King’s students from the Contemporary India module in the MSc Global Affairs programme to the Artefacts of Resistance project as a work in progress. [read more…]
Pushkin House presents a workshop by Manu Luksch and Mukul Patel, creators of a new artist-guided walk – HEAR/HERE TO SEE – that shines a light on the automated systems of surveillance and management that lie behind the facades of London’s Westminster. In their artist talk at Pushkin House, Luksch and Patel discuss how these […]