Previously at the ICA
Cryptic graffiti appearing across town; a girl gang violently attacking men at random—are they all related to Haruko Azumi’s disappearance?
A group choreography by Jamila Johnson-Small.
Set in an academy for daughters of the rich and powerful, this captivating murder mystery revolves around the death of a student: rumours soon circulate, but who did it?
In this breathtaking anime set in feudal Japan, young Kotaru is pursued by assassins from the Ming Dynasty.
An Oscar-nominated meditation on race in America, this film grapples with the complicity of silence, which can bind a family in an imitation of life and a nation with a false sense of justice.
An off-site exhibition featuring the work of young artists from the Social Creative Network, co-curated by a panel of emerging and guest curators from across London.
A talk considering the renewed calls for a militant defence of Black joy and pleasure in the face of systemic anti-Black violence and a revivified white nationalism.
A documentary exploring family, vulnerability and relationships through the medium of a mother and daughter's therapy session.
A selection music videos from iconic Middle-Eastern musicians of the 1950s, 60s and 70s alongside video works by contemporary artists that reflect the complexities of this often oversimplified ‘East-West’ configuration.
Music and performances following I Heard Your Laughing: Screening and Panel Discussion.