Our guide to what the ICA is doing at NADA Art Fair Miami Beach 2016.
Two young filmmakers on the ICA's STOP PLAY RECORD programme discuss making their first funded film.
Soren Harrison and Amir Hossain
An extract from a new collection of essays to celebrate the work of John Berger on his 90th birthday.
Acclaimed filmmaker Barbara Hammer discusses her work with the Ogawa Pro film collective.
and Barbara Hammer
The ICA Bookshop's handpicked selection of titles related to James Richards: Requests and Antisongs.
and Peter Willis
Award-winning author Jessie Greengrass on the art of writing a short story.
and Jessie Greengrass
A live satellite Q&A with Edward Snowden.
Edward Snowden's legal advisor Ben Wizner discusses Snowden's past and future ahead of his live satellite Q&A at the ICA.
and Ben Wizner
The curator of the ICA's 1968 exhibition discusses the organisation and lasting importance of the first presentation of Japanese experimental art in Europe.
and Jasia Reichardt
A Q&A with the current curator of artist-led gallery Cubitt ahead of the ICA's premier of a new documentary about the past and present of the organisation.
and Morgan Quaintance
We present an extract from a new book on how institutionalised racism in US policing led to a global movement.
A look back to 1976 to mark the fortieth anniversary of COUM Transmission's exhibition 'Prostitution'.
Artist Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau shares the results of his ICA digital screen practices workshop.
Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau
We talked to one of the people behind an organisation telling the stories of refugees and detainees through a series of cross-country walks.
and Maya Caspari
An overview of ICA's programme during the biggest week of the year for contemporary art in the capital.
Ellen O'Donoghue Oddy