Submissions-based archive Black in the Day share a gallery of images ahead of their Scanning Social at the ICA.
Black in the Day
Filmmaker Kevin B. Lee discusses the audiovisual essay and how it can be used in the current social and political environment.
Kevin B. Lee
and Matthew Barrington
Deaf and disabled young filmmaker Jemima Hughes discusses the creation of her paper cut-out stop frame animation.
An exploration of blackness in the curatorial by ICA Student Forum members.
STOP PLAY RECORD filmmaker Ayo Akingbade's manifesto for being a young filmmaker.
An essay from the November 1966 issue of the ICA Bulletin on the ICA's relationship with Pablo Picasso.
The ICA Bookshop brings you the best of its current zines and small press stock.
and Anya Mustoo
An exploration of the potential role of the audience in the presence of performance art in gallery spaces.
The ICA Bookshop's handpicked selection of titles related to current Upper Galleries exhibition Sonia Boyce: We move in her way.
The filmmaker behind 'Koudelka: Shooting Holy Land' shares the experience of making a film about Josef Koudelka's creative process photographing the Israeli-built West Bank barrier.
and Gilad Baram
Four MA Curating students use the idea of Photoshop as a tool through which to analyse the exhibition.
and Natalija Paunic
Images from an evening of music, performance and discussion presented by ICA Learning Associates SE1 United.
Our resident archivist discusses the ICA's extensive archive and how it can inform a commitment to the contemporary.
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Kirsten Johnson discusses her directorial debut exploring her 25-year career.
and Nico Marzano