French-Algerian artist Katia Kameli discusses her first solo exhibition at The Mosaic Rooms, 'What Language Do You Speak Stranger?'.
Founder of SE1 United Natalie Bell discusses why its collaboration with ICA Learning Associates is so important.
An exploration of the literature on artists' self publishing.
Safar Film Festival curator Rasha Salti reflects on the political power of Arab film-making and its currency in contemporary art.
The organisers of the Artist Self-Publishers’ Fair (ASP) - The Sequel discuss its return to the ICA and what's different this year.
and Sara MacKillop
A discussion of race, gender, and how we talk about voice.
Artist Uri Aran in conversation with curator Alessandro Rabottini, discussing his practice on the occasion of his new solo show 'Two Things About Suffering'.
All the reasons you should read this engaging book.
and Jenn Pavlick
An Syrian-Egyptian artist reveals the the realities of underground culture in contemporary Egypt.
A selection of highly-recommended holiday reads, all available in the ICA Bookshop.
Sexism holds women back in the film industry. We spoke to the founder of Girls in Film about how to tackle it.
and Gwendolin Barnard
Artist Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau talks digital screen practices, GIF-making and culture jamming.
Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau
Daniel Bird on Andrzej Żuławski: his surrealism, his dirsuption of arthouse conventions, his final film.
James King on the life and work of a quiet rebel.
Donna Peberdy on rivalry, comedy and the deconstruction of conventional masculinity in Chevalier.