Previously at the ICA
This workshop for young filmmakers explores the art of colour grading and how it can support the telling of a great story.
The films featured in this screening explore shifts in the ways Black Identity is defined on screen and how these stories affect our ever-changing global culture.
Participants are invited to bring in archival materials including old photographs, images and video clips to explore the radical context in which they can exist in through filmmaking.
The launch of 'Collective Body', a publication of poetry, sound works, essays, blog posts, photography, malware, and film celebrating a year of the ICA Student Forum's work as a collective and non-hierarchical body within ICA.
New media theorist Professor Wendy Hui Kyong Chun delivers a presentation on algorithmic authenticity and reality TV, followed by a discussion with artist Erica Scourti.
The fifth gathering of the reading group will focus on Anna Tsing's account of matsutake mushrooms as resilient life forms on disturbed soil.
A screening of this seminal Seth Price film in which he self-administers his own artistic history, reconstituting it as a deliberately ambiguous and unstable one.
A talk addressing Price’s approach to processes, materials and technology.