Previously at the ICA
Sensuous and immersive, this audiovisual essay is both a philosophical inquiry and an invitation to inhabit our animal bodies.
A prolific serial killer recounts his crimes in Lars von Trier’s most provocative film to date.
After a three-year absence, New York transplant Adrian returns to Texas aching with truths he longs to share.
Queen Anne is the centre of an erotic-political power struggle in this cheerfully obscene twist on period drama.
A self-referential exploration of moviegoing assembled entirely from existing footage.
Acclaimed director Yorgos Lanthimos’ 2005 film studies the cryptic activities of an oddball trio.
An affectionate documentary portrait of 84-year-old US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Metahaven’s arresting audio-visual essay on the infiltration of digital technology into our understanding of the self, introduced by the artists.
Contemporary poetry with James Massiah, Eugene Ostashevsky, Ellen Rutten, Jackie Wang, Belinda Zhawi and Metahaven.
A hybrid documentary which hauntingly explores the inhumanity of Australia’s largest offshore detention facility.