The Artists’ Moving Image Programme links four contemporary art venues with the ICA’s Artists’ Film Club programme, focusing on artist profiles, thematic group and long-form screenings. The February programme brings together two works by Anja Kirschner and David Panos, Living Truthfully Under Imaginary Circumstances, 2011-13, and Uncanny Valley, 2013.
Burroughs: The Movie, which opens on Friday 14 February at the ICA, explores the life and times of Naked Lunch author William S. Burroughs. Completed in 1983 by Howard Brookner, it was the first documentary ever made about Burroughs with his full collaboration. The film has recently been recovered and restored by his nephew Aaron Brookner, who explains how the process came about.
A Nos Amours continues a retrospective of the complete film works of Chantal Akerman with Les Rendez-vous d'Anna (1978). Chris Petit will introduce the screening on Thursday 13 February, and for the ICA Blog, Adam Roberts shares his thoughts on Akerman's film.
A new ICA Off-Site project at London's Dover Street Market – running until 6 April - sees the ICA return to its former home on Dover Street with an installation of rare imagery from the ICA archives. We spoke to Adrian Joffe, Dover Street Market's President, about Dover Street Market and the significance of its address.