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ICA Off-Site: The Old Selfridges Hotel

ICA Off-Site: The Old Selfridges Hotel

14 Oct 201418 Oct 2014

A week-long free programme of live events at The Old Selfridges Hotel to coincide with Frieze London. Encompassing performance, music, art, dance and discussion, the programme features Isabel Lewis, Korakrit Arunanondchai with boychild and AJGvojic, NTS Radio, Siobhan Davies Dance and Rhizome.

Tuesday 14 October
Doors open 5pm, until 9pm, An Occasion Hosted by Isabel Lewis

Wednesday 15 October
Doors open 3pm, 3.30pm start, Rhizome Talks: Do You Follow? Art in Circulation #1
Doors open 5pm, until 9pm, An Occasion Hosted by Isabel Lewis

Thursday 16 October
Doors open 10.30am, 11am start, ICA Off-Site Quickfire with Isabel Lewis and Hans Ulrich Obrist
Doors open 3pm, 3.30pm start, Rhizome Talks: Do you Follow? Art in Circulation #2
Doors open 9pm, Korakrit Arunanondchai and boychild with AJGvojic: The Last 3 years and the Future

Friday 17 October
Doors open 3pm, 3.30pm start, Rhizome Talks: Do you Follow? Art in Circulation #3
Doors open 9pm, NTS Radio: Parallel Visions #4 featuring live performances from Golden Teacher, We Are Shining, Emotional and DJ's Latete Atoto

Saturday 18 October
Doors open 12pm, until 6pm, Siobhan Davies Dance presents: Table of Contents

Launching the programme on 14 and 15 October is Brooklyn-based dance artist and curator Isabel Lewis, who hosts a series of ‘occasions’ in partnership with Frieze Projects and Liverpool Biennial, which conjure the ancient Greek symposium where philosophising, drinking and the erotic were inseparable.

On 16 October New York-based artist Korakrit Arunanondchai, who is also a participant in Beware Wet Paint (24 Sep – 16 Nov 2014), presents an evening performance featuring boychild & A J Gvojic. On the Friday night, the focus is on music with a live event presented in collaboration with the ICA’s Associate Artists NTS Radio. Saturday sees Siobhan Davies Dance present the live movement installation Table of Contents.

From Wednesday 15 October, a series of panel discussions in the form of a ‘summit’, presented in collaboration with Rhizome, focuses on contemporary art and the politics of digital circulation, questioning how power and value accrue around art on the internet and how artists work within and against these conditions.

This live programme will occupy the vast first floor of The Old Selfridges Hotel, a cavernous industrial raw space, situated on Orchard Street directly above the Selfridges Food Hall. The project entrance is situated next to Selfridges Food Hall.

Please be aware that due to the nature of the event space and its location within a listed building, access to The Old Selfridges Hotel is restricted. The main space is only accessible by stairs with no direct access for wheelchair users or visitors with limited mobility.

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