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Transmission II
Institute of Contemporary Arts
May 2022
WINK, Abel Rubinstein, 2020.


The second evening of performance and screenings presented as part of Current Transmissions, a four-day showcase of new works in audio, moving image and interactive media from London-based emerging artists.

Transmission II presents a screening programme of moving-image and audio works followed by a performance from the creators of Ishtar, a film centred on the gender-fluid Mesopotamian deity, and ending with a DJ set.
Programme

7 – 9:15pm [interval 8 – 8:15pm]
A programme of audio and moving-image works:

Ellena Woolf, Reuben Kyriakides, Voicenotes to My Childself, 2020, 15 min.
Tanaka Fuego, Decolonisation of a queer carcass & Stew, 2019, 5 min.
Sarah Ushurhe, Fanny Eaton: The Forgotten Pre-Raphaelite Model, 2019, 3 min.
Hani Malcolm-Ibrahim, Rowan Bhatti, Nicola Laughton & Skye Moseley, Our Mind’s Eye, 2020, 15 min. 
Fiona Glen, Ground Up, 2020, 18 min.
Babeworld, Brown Cow Pink Milk, 2019, 3 min.
Miriam Stoney, The exquisite solitude of the city cyclist, 2020, 11 min.
Stacie Woolsey, New Coal, 2019, 8 min.
Abel Rubinstein, WINK, 2020, 3 min.
Mia Georgis, Ishtar, 2020, 4 min. 

9:15 – 9:45pm 
An essay performance looking at queerness, food and decolonisation by the creators of Ishtar

9:45 – 11:30pm 
DJ Luma with a set of no-borders, rhythm-driven electronic music tinged with Middle-Eastern flavours.
The commissions are the result of the ICA’s partnership in New Creatives, a national talent development scheme co-funded by BBC Arts and Arts Council England. Over the two-year project, the ICA together with a network of production partners including Chisenhale Gallery, Dazed Media, NTS, SPACE, the Visible Institute at Kingston School of Art and Werkflow will produce 100 new works for potential broadcast on BBC platforms. 

Current Transmissions forms part of In Production, an ongoing learning initiative conceived by the ICA in parallel with New Creatives.
 
07:00 pm
Fri, 21 Feb 2020
Theatre
Free, booking required.

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Sarah Ushurhe, Fanny Eaton: The Forgotten Pre-Raphaelite Model, 2019, 3 min.
Fiona Glen, Ground Up, 2020, 18 min.
Babeworld, Brown Cow Pink Milk, 2019, 3 min.
Stacie Woolsey, New Coal, 2019, 8 min.
Tanaka Fuego, Decolonisation of a queer carcass & Stew, 2019, 5 min.
Miriam Stoney, The exquisite solitude of the city cyclist, 2020, 11 min.
Hani Malcolm-Ibrahim, Rowan Bhatti, Nicola Laughton & Skye Moseley, Our Mind’s Eye, 2020, 15 min.
Mia Georgis, Ishtar, 2020, 4 min.
Ellena Woolf, Voicenotes to My Childself, 2020, 15 min.