Steven Cairns and Rosalie Doubal reflect on our recent three-day event, Fear of Missing Out.
and Rosalie Doubal
Maya Caspari spoke to Joshua Oppenheimer about filmmaking and the ethical need for empathy.
Can the revolutionary potential of 1980s pirate radio be rediscovered in a digital age? Elizabeth Johnson explores this question.
James Bridle explores how digital systems of surveillance are radically changing the meaning of citizenship.
Stephen Hebditch on the pirate radio tracks that revolutionised music in the 1980s.
Will Dutta explores the histories of migration that shaped the sounds of the 1980s.
We learnt more about the MA in the Contemporary, an exciting interdisciplinary programme run in partnership with the University of Kent.
To accompany our exhibition Looks, the ICA Bookshop has picked ten books you should be reading.
Dimitra Gkitsa spoke to Kathy Rae Huffman about early media art, her curatorial practice and why it's important to look beyond what is online.
Jo Blair spoke Viggo Mortensen about the process of creating Jauja and how he prepared for his role in the film.
Lucy Rose Bayley explores the significance of The Sons of Temperance and Shapes and Forms, the first example of the ICA on film.
Lucy Rose Bayley
Writer, curator and critic Chris Fite-Wassilak reflects on the first twelve weeks of fig-2 for the ICA Bulletin.
Nico Marzano reflects on the Dardenne brothers' social realism and their commitment to the political power of cinema.
Simon Ward reflects on Portuguese cinema and the first film in twenty-five years by one of Portugal's most influential directors.
Adrian Clark on Francis Bacon's first ICA show, the significance of his relationship to Peter Watson and his escapades in Monte Carlo.