Over the past 20 years, Manu Luksch has been researching the effects of emerging technologies on daily life, social relations, urban space, and political structures. Currently, as Resident Artist at Somerset House London, Open Society Fellow, she is investigating the rise of the “Algorithmic City”, with a focus on corporate-governmental relationships and the social effects of predictive analytics. Her films and art works are included, amongst other, in the Collection de Centre Pompidou, the BFI National Archive, and the Core Collection at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences, and were awarded Best Feature Documentary, Moscow International Documentary Film Festival 2016; Best Film, Austrian Film Critics Awards 2017; Best Feature Documentary Soundtrack, DOK.fest Munich 2016; ELEVATE Artivism Award 2015; Marianne. von.Willemer Prize for Digital Art 2012, City of Linz /Ars Electronica Centre.
Dreams Rewired (2015, feature, co-directed with Martin Reinhart & Thomas Tode)
Third Quarterly Report (2016; double projection)
Unknown Territories (2014)
Sympathetic Nervous System (2009)
Broadbandit Highway (2001)
Virtual Borders (2001, feature)
So Oder Anders (1996)