Previously at the ICA
Danae Elon sets out on a journey to find the Palestinian man whose love and sacrifice profoundly influenced her life.
What are the implications when we start using cellular life itself to build computers?
A remarkable portrait of the Kirghiz tribe exiled in Turkey, and a comedy about the process of filmmaking itself, followed by a Q&A session with Director Ben Hopkins and filmmaker Andre Singer.
A full overview of the artist's work to date: one of the most original British filmmakers currently at large.
Australia's media arts powerhouse presents an exhibition of innovative interactive media and video artworks.
Documentary about Daniel Barenboim and Edward Said's Palestinian-Israeli orchestra, followed by a panel discussion with three filmmakers from Israel/Palestine.
Science fiction, race and contemporary art collide in the work of twelve contemporary international artists.
To celebrate the ICA's new Alien Nation exhibition, we present a series of films and talks exploring magical universes and the extra-terrestrial myths of rock and pop legends.
A remarkable portrait of the Kirghiz tribe exiled in Turkey, and a comedy about the process of filmmaking itself.
Former Clinton adviser and Guardian columnist Blumenthal talks to Lionel Barber, editor of the Financial Times about how the Bush administration has fundamentally and irrevocably altered the nature of the American government.