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A live satellite Q&A with Edward Snowden.
The curator of the ICA's 1968 exhibition discusses the organisation and lasting importance of the first presentation of Japanese experimental art in Europe.
and Jasia Reichardt
A symposium celebrating the life and work of poet, art critic, filmmaker and MoMA curator Frank O'Hara on the 50th anniversary of his death.
Charles Jencks delivers a lecture on Adhocism, his 1972 manifesto for a generation that took pleasure in doing things ad hoc.
The closing event of the second Refugee Tales walk, where poets and novelists retold the stories of individuals who have direct experience of Britain’s policy of indefinite immigration detention.
A panel discussion exploring the legacy of pioneering Italian typewriter manufacturer Olivetti.
Artist niv Acosta in conversation with Louise O'Kelly for Culture Now.
Artist Sophy Rickett in conversation with psychoanalyst Darian Leader.
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.
In February 2014 the ICA and Afterall presented a symposium on Richard Hamilton's pioneering an Exhibit (1957).
Curator Katharine Stout introduces Richard Hamilton at the ICA and the re-staged installations of Hamilton's two large-scale works.
We caught up with artist and filmmaker Laure Prouvost in her studio to discuss her work, which launches the ICA’s National Moving Image Programme.
Artist and Table of Contents performer Rachel Krische explains how she has approached the new ICA project by Siobhan Davies Dance.
Jessica Sarah Rinland's Electric Oil was winner of the ICA Award for Best Experimental Film at the 2013 London Short Film Festival. Jessica explains the background to the film and what she's working on next.