Previously at the ICA
A weekend of talks and films examining the work of making, styling and fashioning taste in a world of accelerated fashion trends and the constant plundering of the recent past.
Colin McDowell senior fashion writer for The Sunday Times Style section gives his take on fashion's contemporary malaise, followed by Dame Vivienne Westwood interviewed by Brenda Polan.
Graphic novelist Satrapi talks about Persepolis and her new life as a French citizen.
Simon O'Sullivan talks about imagined universes and art's appropriation of subcultures.
Viking Moses plays, Blue Rose Code supports, plus Roots & Shoots DJs.
Patti Smith comes to the ICA to perform her songs interspersed with poems from her first new book of poetry in more than a decade.
Ruff Sqwad return to the ICA, straight out of Bow, joined by very special guest MCs.
Steven Johnson and Brian Eno discuss the 1854 cholera outbreak and how it might help us understand the long term challenges of the twenty-first century.
Lord Robert Winston and others discuss how evolution designed us for a different world than the one we have made, and the cost to our health.
Pack your bags and pocket your phrase book! Progressive sounds from Holland, France, Italy and Czechoslovakia collide with the lounge, folk and jazz of Germany, Turkey, Sweden, Spain and Poland. Bon Voyage!