Previously at the ICA - Seasons
9 Feb 2007 – 26 Feb 2007
Nearly forty years ago—in the last revolutionary impulse to convulse Western societies—a distinctively New Left composed mostly of students emerged onto the political stage to try and change the world.
As they passed through life and its institutions, the ideas of the New Left changed substantially, and won considerable influence. Forty years later, a series of ICA talks traces the trajectory of New Left thought and action from the 60s to the present day, and wonders what its cultural legacy has been.