The next part in a series by the ICA Student Forum examining our shared post-industrial landscape across a number of different aesthetic fields.
ICA Student Forum presents a newly-commissioned work featuring a wearable virus of extreme destructive force.
and Eurico Sá Fernandes
An exploration of the interpolation between technology and humans.
and Giancarlo M. Sandoval
An exploration of the rise, role and future of Intelligent Personal Assistants in the domestic setting.
Anne de Boer
An exploration of blackness in the curatorial by ICA Student Forum members.
An exploration of the potential role of the audience in the presence of performance art in gallery spaces.
The curators of the ICA VR Exhibition discuss virtual reality as an exhibition space.
and Kate Gu
All the reasons you should read this engaging book.
and Jenn Pavlick
Where does the internet end and the real world begin? Here's what to expect from the artists taking over the ICA Instagram account.
and Natasha Trotman
STOP PLAY RECORD filmmaker Saskia Dixie tells us which directors inspired her.
ICA student forum member Jenn Pavlick makes the case for reading Ivan Illich's text today.
As we open applications for this year's MA in the Contemporary, three students tell us what they enjoyed about it.
ICA Student Forum
ICA Student Forum organiser Jane Scarth has written an engaging summary of the latest discussion.
ICA Student Forum organiser Jane Scarth reflects on the ICA reading group discussion on contemporary art and cybernetics
Jane Scarth of the ICA Student Forum has a helpful summary of the most recent TEXT2SPEECH event for the ICA Blog.