Previously at the ICA - Seasons
17 Aug 2018 – 16 Sep 2018
Transfeminist workshop with ALOK to analyse the root causes of gender-based violence.
A new performance installation by Khairani Barokka touches on race, sexuality, disability and ownership.
Ulrike Ottinger’s rarely seen first feature, shown on 16mm, is a highly aestheticised adventure of self-transformation.
Performance and discussion activate Barokka’s installation and engage Paul Gauguin’s ‘Annah the Javanese’.
A public talk by the distinguished scholar and artist, addressing the ethical dimensions of the global present.
Living by their own rules, two families inhabiting Siberia’s boreal forest are threatened by each other, wild animals and environmental change.
A focused setting to discuss the questions raised during Saturday’s talk by Ferreira da Silva, and to share related ideas and practices.
Three performance-lectures by climate change communicators, artists and writers ask how information can be transmitted in more embodied, less hierarchical ways.
William Greaves’ joyfully opaque meta-documentary interrogates hierarchy, leadership and power structures.
Political organisers in Rojava discuss the revolution and practice of autonomous democracy currently unfolding in Northern Syria.
This film screening and reading by Leah Clements, Elena Colman, Alice Hattrick and Lizzy Rose marks the start of a project by a new crip research group.
An open and public debate about precarity, collective ownership and care across independent arts spaces.
Informed by the disability movement, David Ruebain and Yates Norton discuss interdependence as a form of resistance.
In director Claude Faraldo’s 1973 satire, Themroc’s rebellion against dull conformism topples bourgeois society.
The director of In Praise of Nothing discusses crafting a narrative from footage shot by filmmakers across the globe.
A satirical essay-film told from the perspective of Nothing, narrated by Iggy Pop and shot by 62 cinematographers in 70 countries.
Director Grégoire Beil presents the UK premiere of his innovative film, constructed entirely from Periscope exchanges.
A multisensory installation transforms the Studio into a pulsating, seething and inscrutable presence.
Lizzie Borden’s 1983 feminist classic offers a futuristic vision of a post-revolutionary United States.
Alfie Bown presents a talk on dating simulators, sex robots and mutations of love in the technocapitalist era.
In a talk accompanying his installation, Mitchell Akiyama posits that spaces have feelings too.
Discursive workshop on the relationship between identity and voice in popular culture.
A free two-hour vinyl DJ workshop for women, led by Nzinga Soundz.
Live music performance from ICA Social Creative Network artist-in-residence YaYa Bones.
Headline music performance from young south Londoner Mina Rose, showcasing her multi-layered blend of trip-hop, dub and hip-hop.
Sound system stalwarts Nzinga Soundz share a DJ set featuring vintage roots reggae, soul and lovers rock.
Late-night party centering freedom of expression for marginalized communities, femmes and women of colour.
Oleksiy Radynski screens and discusses his long-term filmed observations of urban space in Kiev.