Previously at the ICA
Do collaborations mean diluting our individual expression or expanding our resources?
Have Chinese and Indian workforces become the working classes of the world? Speakers discuss the exploited of the global economy.
The author of The Humument, an illustrated ongoing cult book project based on Victorian novel The Human Document, talks about his work.
An evening to discuss and honour journalists whose work puts them in danger.
Should curators get involved in politics? Curators and artists look back, with reference to the ICA's political curating history.
SOUP brings together ICA Club members to share ideas, talents and bread, and November sees a special guest stirring and slurping.
An unsettling, beautiful sound installation using ambisonic techniques to get you completely immersed.
A panel of Plath scholars look at her largely unseen paintings and sketches and explore the relationship between visual and verbal in the great poet's work.
The West Coast space-rock trio bring their sometimes creepy, sometimes glorious, nearly always wonderful sounds to the ICA.
Celebrate folk music and all its family with a Christmas feast.