Luke Munn
Since 2009
Works in Colorado Springs, Colorado United States of America

PORTFOLIO (3)
BIO
Luke Munn is a Berlin based artist with a sound and socially focused practice. His work centres around re-activating, and re-presenting sound as itself: site-specific performances and projects that often use the architecture of a space, objects from the audience, field recordings of the area, or historically or socially derived audio. His work has featured in the Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, Q-O2 Brussels, Laborsonor Berlin, and others - with performances in Paris, Dublin, Chicago, Berlin, Auckland, and New York.

Luke Munn arbeitet als klang- und öffentlichkeitsorientierter Künstler in Berlin. Bei seiner Arbeit re-aktiviert und präsentiert er den Klang aus sich selbst heraus: Ortsspezifische Konzerte und Projekte nutzen die Architektur des Raumes, Gegenstände aus dem Publikum oder Feldaufnahmen der Umgebung und des historischen und sozialen Umfelds. Seine Arbeiten wurden unter anderem ausgestellt im Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, Q-O2 Brüssel sowie Laborsonor Berlin und er gab Konzerte in Paris, Dublin, Chicago, Berlin, Auckland und New York.
Discussions (3) Opportunities (5) Events (1) Jobs (0)
OPPORTUNITY

MARCO POLO


Deadline:
Mon Jan 31, 2011 00:00

William Boling’s Marco Polo is a long duration project, where the American photographer invites participants to post snapshots, memories and moments in image or text form which are responded to: embracing, compiling or reacting against their input to form his own.

SCREENS welcomes contributions of photographs or text snippets - a unique opportunity to dialogue with a renowned photographer and artist, and to influence the path of this long-duration, archived internet project.

To play, simply tweet or e-mail:

Twitter:
Simply address a tweet to the artist, by beginning it with @williamboling.
For images, please use the http://www.twitpic.com service. Images posted to other services will not appear.

Email:
Simply send an email to screens.whakaata@googlemail.com, with @williamboling in the subject line.
Any attached image is automatically posted to twitpic.

For the current project stream and curator's introduction, visit
http://www.screens.org.nz/william-boling-marco-polo/


EVENT

John Ward Knox,


Dates:
Wed Dec 15, 2010 00:00 - Wed Dec 15, 2010

Screens invites you to explore a compelling new work from artist John
Ward Knox.

"The ancients built Valdrada on the shores of a lake, with houses all
verandas one above the other, and high streets whose railed parapets
look out over the water. Thus the traveller, arriving, sees two
cities: one erect above the lake, and the other reflected,
upside-down."

In "Untitled", John Ward Knox probes the surface of our user
interfaces, drawing out the pointer convention and shifting it gently
from instructor to mark-maker. Unfolding twice, four, eight times on
itself, each gesture is flipped and inverted, a reversed movement
playing out in another screen-space.

View Work
http://www.screens.org.nz/jwk_untitled/

Project page with introduction and discussion
http://www.screens.org.nz/john-ward-knox/

Also on Screens is "Rain", a game-work from Seung Yul Oh inviting
play, recently exhibited at Artspace, Auckland.

Finally, don't miss the ongoing project from US photographer William
Boling, inviting users to dialogue with him using text snippets and
snapshots.

Thanks as always for your support of Screens. Sharing and discussion welcome.

Best,
Luke Munn and Jeff Nusz

SCREENS is a series of commissioned online works from notable artists,
seeking to redefine the artgame/interactive field with pieces which
create new relationships, deal with untouched themes, and utilize on
and offline media.
http://www.screens.org.nz


OPPORTUNITY

Call for Recollections: submit memory + receive sound


Deadline:
Thu Mar 31, 2011 19:44

Location:
Berlin, Germany

Sounding Memory is a new project which dialogues with a series
of acoustic recollections. Participants are asked to recall a sound
that made a substantial impression on them, describing this sonic memory in their own words. The artist uses a mixture of found sounds and recordings to sculpt a sonic response. These recollections and their
audio responses are continually collected and posted online, forming a
dialogue over the course of a month as the work unfolds.
Read memories, listen to responses, and contribute your recollection by visiting http://www.soundingmemory.com

(img CC licensed by mixy lorenzo)


OPPORTUNITY

Marco Polo by William Boling


Deadline:
Fri Dec 31, 2010 00:00

When a man is riding through this desert by night and for some reason -falling asleep or anything else -he gets separated from his companions and wants to rejoin them, he hears spirit voices talking to him as if they were his companions, sometimes even calling him by name. Often these voices lure him away from the path and he never finds it again
-Marco Polo, Travels


William Boling’s Marco Polo is a long duration project, where the US photographer invites participants to post snapshots, memories and moments in image or text form which are responded to: embracing, compiling or reacting against their input to form his own.

Boling often opens dialogues with his work. In Southern Places of Arts and Letters he documented the estates and landmarks of his heroes, conversing with the ghosts of famous literary icons, while for You Ain’t Wrong he juxtaposed bizarre and banal items from New Zealand’s well-known TradeMe auction site with it’s sister eBay, mining the sites for found photography before interacting with users by auctioning off the paired images. In Marco Polo he initiates a simultaneously direct and ambiguous conversation with participants in which their contributions form part of the ongoing project stream, and are responded to - in some way - by Boling.

Screens.org.nz welcomes contributions of photographs or text snippets - a unique opportunity to dialogue with a renowned photographer and artist, and to influence the path of this long-duration, archived internet project.

To play, simply tweet or e-mail:

Twitter:
Simply address a tweet to the artist, by beginning it with @williamboling.
For images, please use the http://www.twitpic.com service. Images posted to other services will not appear.

Email:
Simply send an email to screens.whakaata@googlemail.com, with @williamboling in the subject line.
Any attached image is automatically posted to twitpic.

For the current project stream and curator's introduction, please see
http://www.screens.org.nz/william-boling-marco-polo/


DISCUSSION

Call For Artworks in Berlin: Everything is Just Wonderful!


I would work on your English translation before charging an 100 € entrance fee, which seems extremely steep, especially here in Berlin..... ridiculize, Medias, ashaming the world, etc.