We hear about war predominantly through the media and from politicians with nationalist perspectives. This is an opportunity instead to have artists’ insights on conflict generally, and particularly with respect to Iraq and Palestine.
Marc Singer's critically acclaimed documentary Dark Days, a true landmark in originality and storytelling in documentary film, explores the subterranean world of a homeless community that took root in a train tunnel beneath New York City.
In light of the current Bloomberg New Contemporaries exhibition and in conjunction with the MA in the Contemporary delivered in partnership with the University of Kent and the ICA, this Salon questions the notion of ‘contemporary’.
Berlin-based artist Haris Epaminonda investigates anthropological forms in her film and paper-based work, and for this screening she presents a new edit of recent work, accompanied by a live score performed by musicians Kelly Jayne Jones and Pascal Nichols.