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Tuesday 16 June 2020
Institute of Contemporary Arts
March 2023


The Indonesian art group ruangrupa are both the first Asians and the first collective to curate documenta. Here they discuss its central concept of ‘lumbung’ [granary] – a way of managing resources for a collective sustainability.

This article addresses the recent history of Iran – from the internal struggle to achieve and maintain political stability, to the sustained ostracism from the western media and other governments’ foreign policies.

The writer and poet’s foreword to Hsiao-Hung Pai’s Angry White People describes the racist violence he experienced from the police and the National Front in 1980s London, and the Black and Asian self-defence groups who fought to counter it.


Applications are open for two early-career artists working with the moving image. They will each receive a £6,000 artist fee and £19,000 production budget, plus production support, to create new work to be exhibited in London and Leeds in 2022.


Emerging from the different rhythms and temporalities of a seaside town, this collection of works by Josefin Arnell, Pauline Curnier Jardin, Paul Maheke, Dipesh Pandya and Naïmé Perrette move between physical absence and digital presence.

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