Previously at the ICA
One minute rough, raw and explosively dramatic, the next, detached, calm and serene.
Is the current policy of widening participation good for the arts?
Metropolis Music and SJM Concerts presents The Hours.
"A highly unusual foray of Grime music into 'uptown' culture." The Wire
Themes to forgotten films and long-lost television series, funky blaxploitation grooves, sinister symphonic epics... and more.
Highly influential French philosopher Jacques Rancière talks about the relationship between the democratic impulse and leftist politics with Peter Hallward.
Researcher Gemma Sharpe talks about each part of the trilogy of annual solo exhibitions conceived by Tino Sehgal.
Martin Kettle, Hilary Wainwright, Nick Cohen and Mick Hume ask whether the war in Iraq is a continuation of the democratic spirit of 1968 or an abandonment of its principles.
Featuring special guest Simon S of Futuristica Music.
The creators of Quartet, specialists in dance, music, computational science, 3D animation and motion control, will discuss the creation of the software and hardware for its new interactive systems.