Previously at the ICA
A new worked created from research in the ICA archive, interviews with artists and educators and a workshop held in Dublin.
Modernist sculpture and design and the trappings of bourgeois living mixed with the hedonism of musical subcultures.
Skipping and wiggling between art and music, manipulating the image-making processes of the commercial music scene.
Short films which focus on lives led at one remove from society, looking on the desire to achieve liberty through the simplification of lifestyle.
An exhibition of works by major British and international artists, donated for the ICA Auction in October.
Short video works fusing found imagery with lyrical elements that include recordings of music and poetry.
Drypoint etchings reproducing ICA private-view cards, one for each year since 1950, when the institution first started producing such cards.
Readings of short fiction by Fusco and others and a screening of the Maysles Brothers' 1965 documentary short Meet Marlon Brando.
Imagine a utopia: look across St James's Park from the ICA's private terraces, to the strains of The Internationale.
Sources of sound literally and metaphorically buried, using paint and cement.