Previously at the ICA
As part of Poor. Old. Tired. Horse., a night of live experimentation in poetry hosted by Chris McCabe.
In a multichannel video installation, Stella Capes employs opera singers to reinterpret the screams of characters from five horror films.
And exhibition rejecting the common notion that art is a code that needs cracking, embracing nonknowledge and uncertainty.
This is the first time a public institution has brought together a major solo exhibition to encompass the extraordinary, sprawling career of Billy Childish.
Childish gives a reading of poetry from his dozens of collections, and we screen some of the shorts he’s made with the Chatham Super-8 Cinema.
A one day event conceived by writer Maria Fusco, that takes as its starting point Cosey Fanni Tutti’s identity and work.
The ICA bar and cafe is the site for an ongoing series of ‘billboard’ commissions with the latest being produced by artist Scott King.
The first major project in the UK by the Russian collective Chto delat? (What is to be done?), The Urgent Need to Struggle extends their identity as ‘a self-organising platform for cultural workers’.