Director Joanna Hogg focuses on artist couple H (Liam Gillick) and D (Viv Albertine), whose decision to sell their elaborate London home provides a lens onto the workings of their long and complicated relationship.
This one-day event looks at acts of publishing within contemporary art and curatorial practice, considering the various format and distribution strategies used by magazine editors and curators, to discussions of publishing, editorship and layout in (and as) practice.
On 29 April 1994 the ICA played host to the world’s first webcast of a live event, Intellectuals and the New Media - in this discussion the original panel and the online team come together again to reflect on today’s media landscape and the last twenty years of the internet.
Can a computer inventor with no formal art training re-create the work of 17th Century Dutch Master Johannes Vermeer? For eight years, millionaire inventor Tim Jenison attempted to do just that, and to solve one of the art world’s biggest mysteries along the way.
Jessica Morgan, Artistic Director of the 10th Gwangju Biennale, introduces the curatorial framework of the next edition, Burning Down the House, followed by a conversation with Sally Tallant, Director of Liverpool Biennial.