The Performative Uses of the Surveillance Archive in Manu Luksch's Works

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This article discusses Manu Luksch's works using CCTV recordings as an example of aesthetic intervention in contemporary surveillance systems. Luksch's works are read as a “critical interface" between the artist's body and the archiving procedures of surveillance systems.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPerforming Archives/ Archives of Performance
EditorsGunhild Borggreen, Rune Gade
Number of pages19
Place of publicationCopenhagen
PublisherMuseum Tusculanum
Publication year20 Jun 2013
Commissioning bodyUniversity of Copenhagen
ISBN (print)978 87 635 3750 6
Publication statusPublished - 20 Jun 2013

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