Curator Matt Williams introduces the ICA's exhibition 'Remote Control' as well as our YouTube Remote Control playlist, along with artist Simon Denny who curated the ground floor space of the ICA.
Throughout the exhibition, the ICA's Lower Gallery is temporarily reconstructed as a symbolic archive of material.
We interviewed publishers, curators and participants all visiting the Publish and Be Damned fair that took place here a couple of weeks ago.
We interview curators, publishers and participants taking part in the Publish and Be Damned self-publishing fair at the ICA that took place on March 17 2012.
On the occasion of the London premier of All Divided Selves (2011), ICA Artist in Residence Luke Fowler, and Adrian Laing, biographer and son of R.D. Laing engaged in a conversation on the topics raised in Fowler's film.
Professor Anne Massey reflects on the history of the ICA archives and her role as a researcher.
So much more than double-sided sticky tape and folk revivalism...
We are excited to announce that from 3 April, we will now be open on Tuesdays. In addition, our opening times will be simplified to 11am - 11pm from Tuesday to Sunday.
Last month poet, critic and teacher David Herd led one of our gallery 'touring talks' through our current exhibition, 'In Number'.
Art collective Am Nuden Da perform a live reading in the bar as part of the Publish and Be Damned self-publishing fair taking place here on 17 March.
Richard H. M. Parry
The following interview is based on an email exchange between Lis Rhodes and ICA Assistant Curator Anna Gritz.
In Numbers: Serial Publications by Artists Since 1955 is an exhibition that draws from Phil Aaron’s extraordinary collection of zines.
The Odessa Steps sequence from Battleship Potemkin reenacted on Saturday 26 November as part of our 'INTERCOURSE' fundraising event.
As part of our Intercourse fundraiser, Jane and Louise Wilson conjured up an epic re-enactment of the Odessa Steps scene from the 1920s silent classic Battleship Potemkin.
We've introduced a cinema loyalty card to reward frequent film goers and cinema buffs.