Mascara Film Club in London presents the award-winning short film ALGO-RHYTHM (AT/UK/SEN), alongside works by Andrew Norman Wilson, Mark Leckey and Maz Murray.
Solid Roof, Severe Weather will bring together artistic investigations of concepts of housing, architecture and urban planning under the impact of political-economic interests. Artists include Tekla Aslanishvili, Manu Luksch, Shawn Maximo, Michael Simku, Colectivo Tercerunquinto as well as works by the co-curators Marlene Maier and Olena Newkryta.
17:30 Oshman Hall, McMurtry Building In-person (due to COVID only for Stanford affiliates).
This online event will showcase the poetic work of activists and artists from the MENA region and elsewhere, including an excerpt of the documentary SING AND CRY, CRY AND SING with Artur Ligeska. This year the UAE is hosting the Dubai Expo, an event that claims that “when the world comes together, we create a […]
Shorts ALGO-RHYTHM and MAPPING CCTV are included in the screening programme at the Institute of Contemporary Art at the Maine College of Art, Monitor: Surveillance, Data, and the New Panoptic
My short film ALGO-RHYTHM (2019) will be on display at Printemps de Septembre, France Location: Toulouse Art School (ISDAT)
I’m delighted to share the news that my short film ALGO-RHYTHM (AT/SEN/UK 2019) is part of the screening programme at Afrika Film Festival Köln 2021, Germany.
Short film ALGO-RHYTHM is shown as part of the artist film programme curated by Lukas Brasiskis at West Bund Museum in Shanghai.
In this Public Colloquium (14:00-15:30) , Melissa Butcher, Sarah Keenan, Joel McKim and Scott Rodgers engage in a roundtable discussion with Manu Luksch about her VR Exhibition Predictive Cities. The live colloquium, hosted by the BISR Urban Intersections Experimental Collective at Birkbeck, University of London, will also be recorded and made available as a podcast. Book your place […]
Please join us for the long-awaited launch of the publication Data Loam: Sometimes Hard, Usually Soft. The Future of Knowledge Systems at 17:00-20:00 CET , Oskar-Kokoschka Platz, Vienna, Austria
Art as a form of political engagement is a proven formula, but what about art as a form of data activism? Can art help us better understand and question the politics of everyday data flows? With Karla Zavala, Adriaan Odendaal, Lonneke van der Velden, Manu Luksch
The Predictive Cities exhibition – sponsored by the BISR Urban Intersections Experimental Collective, – is situated in the virtual space of a Mozilla Hubs VR chatroom. It contains two kinds of objects. First, memes that spawn a selection of Luksch’s artworks interrogating network urbanism and citizen agency, and second, spherical photographs of Songdo, South Korea, internationally famous as case study of […]