In this week's Culture Now, our Executive Director Gregor Muir talks to artist Michael Landy about his work, which spans epic performance pieces, to meticulous etchings and collages.
What would you ask him?
Take part in the discussion by submitting questions for Landy, whose practice includes reflections on the nature of production, consumerism and ownership. He is most famous for his extreme installation Break Down (2001) in which he systematically catalogued then destroyed all of his possessions in a disused department store.
Ask a question below and a selection of the best will be asked this Friday from 1pm.
£5 / Free for ICA Members.
Culture Now is a series of lively Friday lunchtime conversations for the culturally curious, with key figures from the contemporary arts scene.
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