Previously at the ICA
Seven international artists examine the role of money, desire and power in our accelerated image economy.
The first solo show in a British institution from this leading US artist fascinated by the ongoing life of documentary information and images, from the Cold War to the Iraq War.
Where we investigate the human voice in subtle, humorous or unexpected ways.
6-17 May. A collective of artists, curators and writers discuss the economic conditions that can facilitate artistic communities.
18 - 24 May. A new performance will be publicly scripted, rehearsed and documented in collaboration with an actor.
A series of presentations and screenings addressing language as a motivational tool, excavating the tropes and tricks of public speaking.
6-7 May. Open rehearsals by this avant-garde gang will be followed by a final show focusing on the use of language and the voice in music.
An imaginative and expansive look at text-based art practices from the 1960s to the present day, inspired by the Concrete Poetry, a movement that flowered in the 60s but is now largely forgotten.
Language as choreography: a performance with sculpture, language, shapes and letters.
A mixed-bag of high profile players gamble in a word casino: join in, if you can stand the heat.