Rose Gibbs explores the history of women’s collectives and their continuing importance in an increasingly globalised world.
Joshua Oppenheimer gives an introduction to his powerful piece, The Look of Silence.
The ICA’s Researcher in Residence Will Dutta explores the background to the founding of Kiss FM and the radio station's journey to becoming legal.
Steven Cairns and Rosalie Doubal reflect on our recent three-day event, Fear of Missing Out.
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An evening of performances by UK and international writers, poets and artists, exploring the revived interest in language in contemporary culture and its relationship to identity in a post-digital era and coinciding with ICA exhibition Looks.
Santiago Cirugeda (featured in ‘Guerrilla Architect’, the first episode of the Rebel Architecture series) presents, followed by a discussion with...
Maya Caspari spoke to Joshua Oppenheimer about filmmaking and the ethical need for empathy.
Post-punk/hip hop duo Sleaford Mods discuss their work with Derek Walmsley
ICA Head of Programme Katharine Stout gives a tour of Looks , a group exhibition that includes works by Juliette Bonneviot, Andrea Crespo, Morag Keil, Wu Tsang and Stewart Uoo.
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.
McKenzie Wark presents on his new book Molecular Red: Theory for the Anthropocene.
A panel discussion co-chaired by Hito Steyerl and Nina Power and featuring FOMO participants Helen Hester, Yuri Pattison and McKenzie Wark.
A panel discussion co-chaired by Hito Steyerl and Linda Stupart, featuring FOMO participants Erika Balsom, Oleksiy Radynski, Eleanor Saitta and Ashkan Sepahvand.
Erika Balsom introduces a screening of Harun Farocki’s four-part series Serious Games (2009–10).