Artist Guan Xiao discusses what inspires her work.
and Zian Chen
How have changes to the female silhouette in fashion reflected and shaped perceptions of beauty?
How should we represent war? Oliver Wright speaks to the directors of Fragment 53 about their film.
Alexandra Olczak explores the creation of Betty Woodman's limited edition prints.
What are the ethical and political implications of the way in which documentaries frame reality?
ICA student forum member Jenn Pavlick makes the case for reading Ivan Illich's text today.
Fabric co-founder Keith Reilly selects his top tracks from the early days of the post-punk movement.
Get inspiration for your STOP PLAY RECORD application with these fantastic short films.
Kieron Corless explores the subversive, indeterminate nature of the essay film.
ICA Cinema and Film Programme Manager Nico Marzano discusses Apocalypse Now with legendary editor and sound designer Walter Murch.
ICA Head of Programme Katharine Stout speaks Betty Woodman about her innovative work and changes in perceptions of ceramics.
Louisa Buck chairs a panel discussion examining the legacy and influence of British artist Helen Chadwick.
We pick our favourite moments from Walter Murch's classic film Return to Oz.
Accompanying our Betty Woodman exhibition, this selection covers everything from the significance of craft to the history of ceramics.
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