[NetBehaviour] From ambientTV 3 - items of interest...

marc marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Mon May 1 14:47:47 CEST 2006

ambientTV.NET is delighted to invite you to

Orchestra of Anxiety
MARIBOR  [MAY 10th - 12th] 
---> http://www.ambientTV.NET/5/ooa

Who Watches the Watchers?
PRAGUE  [MAY 18th - 19th]
---> http://www.ambienttv.net/content/?q=thespyschool

---> http://www.ambienttv.net/content/?q=faceless


Orchestra of Anxiety @ 12 Int. Festival of Computer Arts in Maribor

The first realized piece from ambientTV.NET's collection of musical instruments constructed using materials and technologies from the security and surveillance industries – a harp with strings of razor wire.

After having sliced the fingers of the many courageous Slovakian guest harpists last month, it will be on show in Maribor, Slovenia, 10–12th of May, 2006

---> http://www.ambientTV.NET/5/ooa
---> http://www.kibla.org


Who Watches the Watchers? @ Skolska28 and FAMU in Prague

Thu., May 18, 6pm - presentation (Skolska28)
Fri., May 19, 2pm - workshop and screening (Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing arts in Prague, Lazansky palac, Room2)

Recent works of artists Manu Luksch and Mukul Patel reflect upon the omnipresence of surveillance technology in our daily environment by making use of it in humorous, unanticipated ways. The artists will show examples of their productions and discuss access to and artistic reinterpretation of these 'tools'...

--> http://www.ambienttv.net/content/?q=thespyschool
--> http://openstudios.info
--> http://www.skolska28.cz
--> http://www.famu.cz


faceless @ GBK Gallery in Sydney

keep the date: opening 6-8pm, 2 June 2006 at Gallery Barry Keldoulis, 2 Danks Street, Waterloo, Sydney
Sean Cordeiro & Claire Healy will present new installations in their exhibition Custom Living and Austrian artist Manu Luksch will show her video installation faceless – a sci-fi CCTV thriller.

--> http://www.ambienttv.net/content/?q=faceless
--> http://www.gbk.com.au


......is a crucible for independent, interdisciplinary practice ranging from installation and performance, through documentary, dance, and gastronomy, to sound and video composition and real-time manipulation. Techniques and effects of live data broadcasting and transmission provide theme, medium, and performative space for many of the works.


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