28.10.2023 - 05.11.2023

Thrill Me. Power & Magic of Music. Image and Sound in Contemporary Video Art

<update coming soon> Artists include Halil Altindere (TR), Charles Atlas (US), Jiwon Choi (KR), collectif_fact (CH), Quynh Dong (CH), Wojtek Doroszuk (PL), Gery Georgieva (BG/UK), Jannik Giger (CH), Dan Halter (ZW), Marianne Halter & Mario Marchisella (CH), Lewis Klahr (US), Dirk Koy (CH), Manu Luksch (AT), Muda Mathis (CH), Grace Ndiritu (KE/UK), Christoph Oertli (CH), […]

29.08.2023 - 01.09.2023

The Place of the Archive: A Geographical Enquiry into Archiving as Knowledge Politics. Royal Geographical Society, London

Participation on the panel ‘The Place of the Archive: A Geographical Enquiry into Archiving as Knowledge Politics” (led by Raktim Ray and Srilata Sircar) at the Annual International Conference 2023, Royal Geographical Society, London   drwxrwxrwx  reading, writing, and performing technological archives Manu Luksch & Mukul Patel (Ambient Information Systems) In this paper we present […]

23.12.2022 - 20.12.2023

ALGO-RHYTHM: NYAFF Short film Selection on Film Movement Plus

New York African Film Festival Short Film Selections are now streaming on Film Movement Plus, the films are available to stream in the US and Canada. This spotlight on the 2022 edition of the New York African Film Festival (NYAFF) includes the five short films: Notre Mémoire (directed by Johanna Makabi), Ukuhlolwa Kwephupha / A […]


01.06.2023 - 03.06.2023

None of the above: pAIn. London

I would like to invite you all to an exhibition by RCA’s AiDLab ‘Critical Narratives’ exploring AI and critical narratives, where I will show works from my Atlas of the Liminal series. A pAIn in the …. None of the above SZN Gallery, 92 Brick Lane London E1 6RL There will be a private view, 18:00 […]

27.05.2023 - 03.06.2023

XR Toxic at Planetary Skins, Galerie Elisabeth and Klaus Thoman, Innsbruck

PLANETARY SKINS by Sylvia Eckermann and Gerald Nestler explores the materiality of the real and the digital. Configuring an osmotic skin between virtual and physical spaces, the art project explores the potentials, ambivalences, and conflicts induced by hybrid forms of presence. with the participation of: XR Production: Anna Pompermaier & Cenk Güzelis (./studio3). Soundscape, composition: […]

23.05.2023 - 25.05.2023

Artivism Conference, Disruption Network Lab, Berlin

How can art and activism be combined to tackle burning social issues, surveillance, unethical corporations and corrupt governments? Delighted to participate in the 30TH CONFERENCE of the DISRUPTION NETWORK LAB, CURATED BY TATIANA BAZZICHELLI, at STUDIO 1, KUNSTQUARTIER BETHANIEN, MARIANNENPLATZ 2, 10997 BERLIN


None of the Above: Troubling the Story. IKLECTIK, London

Tuesday 7th March 2023, Doors open at 6pm / Start 6:30 Tickets: Free event  “…the trouble requires learning to be present, not as a vanishing pivot between awful or edenic past and apocalyptic or salvific futures, but … entwined in myriad unfinished configurations of places, times, matters and meanings…” Donna Haraway  Set amongst the madness […]


Artefacts of Resistance: Imagining Futures

The research project Artefacts of Resistance in collaboration with artists Manu Luksch and Mukul Patel will hold a public event With researchers and artists David Featherstone, Manu Luksch, Ufaque Paiker, Mukul Patel, Raktim Ray, Kalpana Wilson – eventbrite link will follow soon 4pm – 6 pm followed by drinks reception Senate House, 403, University of […]

03.01.2023 - 06.02.2023

ALGO-RHYTHM: Scientific Musicals, Labocine

ALGO-RHYTHM (AT/SEN/UK) is part of the programme Scientific Musicals on TV-Station / VoD-Plattform Labocine (US) – January Issue #83  “Operas, concerts, performances, music videos, chants and spoken word – we present to you “Scientific Musicals” to kick off this new year. Moving away from the passive score, the music is in the propeller of these narratives. […]


Data, Technology and the Arts: Challenging Orders

Challenging Orders line-up: Podiumsdiskussion “Data, Technology and the Arts: Challenging Orders” mit Clemens Apprich, Thomas Fischbacher, Manu Luksch, Jutta Scheibelberger. Moderation: Robert Punkenhofer Renommierte Expert:innen aus den Bereichen Medientheorie, Digitalisierung, Wirtschaft, Kultur und Überwachungsstudien werden die Auswirkungen von Big Data auf soziale Beziehungen, politische Strukturen, kulturelle Institutionen, unser tägliches Leben und die Kunst diskutieren und […]

19.11.2022 - 27.11.2022

House of Challenging Orders, Vienna Art Week

The group exhibition House of Challenging Orders as part of Vienna Art Week 2022 includes my mixed media installation Atlas of the Liminal – From matter to data that maps the contaminated sites in Silicon Valley. “The innovative potential of art in the struggle against prevailing structures through creative strategies is as much a topic […]

18.10.2022 - 17.04.2023

Code & Algorithm. Wisdom in a Calculated World. Fundación Telefónica, Madrid

I’m delighted to present six large-scale prints from the series ATLAS OF THE LIMINAL at ‘Code & Algorithm’ in Madrid later this year. ‘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 […]


Blickle Cinema – Belvedere 21, Vienna

Films by Manu Luksch – including Contagious Whisper (2020, coll. Scott Kildall), Sing And Cry, Cry And Sing (2021), ALGO-RHYTHM (2019) and I thought I was seeing Citizen (2022, coll. Mukul Patel) at the Blickle Cinema, belvedere21, curated and introduced by Claudia Slanar

01.10.2022 - 02.10.2022

Vienna Humanities Festival 2022, Akademie der bildenden Künste Wien

Visit and immerse yourself in the sound and video installation by Mukul Patel in collaboration with Manu Luksch that traverses the IWM’s Soundings archive, reframing the voices that have been collected there to ask: how does democracy sound? 

14.09.2022 - 04.10.2022

Everything will be fine. Berlin

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

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