Previously at the ICA
A workshop focusing on the oration of ancestral narratives and exercises in writing self-reflexively about others subjectivities.
An opportunity to publicly discuss the Gaze project, which queries the site where epidermis, vision, and apparatus meet.
This event explores the possibilities of a critical art geography, examining 'decolonial options' such as those described by Rolando Vázquez and Walther Mignolo.
The Vietnamese-born writer, theorist, composer and filmmaker speaks about her practice in moving image at the intersection of politics, ethics and creativity.
A gathering of artists, writers, academics and filmmakers to discuss some of the themes related to Trinh’s practice.
Uncovering the hidden routes and consequences of the global arms trade, this documentary has been adapted from writer Andrew Feinstein’s book of the same title.
This workshop for young filmmakers explores the art of colour grading and how it can support the telling of a great story.
The films featured in this screening explore shifts in the ways Black Identity is defined on screen and how these stories affect our ever-changing global culture.
Participants are invited to bring in archival materials including old photographs, images and video clips to explore the radical context in which they can exist in through filmmaking.