Over one hundred new sound works have been produced by artists from all over the world. This is a interview with an artist involved in the project.
Mark Aerial Waller
Lucy Rose Bayley explores the significance of The Sons of Temperance and Shapes and Forms, the first example of the ICA on film.
Lucy Rose Bayley
Our current exhibition and online sound art project has had over 50k hits so far. Tickets are now on sale for our weekend of Sound:14-15 September:SOUNDWORKS: BRRRRR BRRR BRRRR and MMMMMMMMMMMM
Helen Brown returns to the original source of inspiration for SOUNDWORKS contributors, Bruce Nauman's sound work Days. In this response she cuts up of YouTube videos.
Deaf and disabled young filmmaker Jemima Hughes discusses the creation of her paper cut-out stop frame animation.
An exploration of the rise, role and future of Intelligent Personal Assistants in the domestic setting.
Anne de Boer
Film critic Wendy Ide explores Paweł Łoziński's intimate cinematic study of an estranged mother and daughter.