29 May - 31 May
A three-day event bringing together leading international theorists, academics, social thinkers and artists to discuss postdigital anxieties and the social condition.
27 May - 30 May
The 9/11 Trilogy and selected shorts by acclaimed filmmaker, journalist, and artist Laura Poitras.
26 May - 19 July
An archival exhibition looking back at the early tower block pirate radio movement which emerged in the UK during the 1980s.
4 June, 8pm
A new live show featuring an a cappella cameo appearance by Kero Kero Bonito and micro-climates by Lipgloss Twins and Lil Data.
22 April - 21 June
A group exhibition, exploring the ways in which mass digital culture informs how identity is constructed, performed and challenged.
An exhibition of international contemporary artists whose work is inspired by our ever-changing world and the cosmopolitan centres in which they live.
Them a Call Us Pirates: The Sound of a Revolution
Stephen Hebditch on the pirate radio tracks that revolutionised music in the 1980s.
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The ICA is proud to present mute conversation, a new digital commission by artist Yuri Pattison.