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.
Founded in 1946, the ICA is a membership institute that promotes and encourages an understanding of radical art and culture.
Rita Cottone shares her experiences as an educator and reflects on the importance of arts education.
Gilles Peterson answers your questions on his new film exploring the history of Cuban rumba.
Gabrielle Schwarz reflects on our Art Into Society exhibition and the fragmentary nature of the archive.
Brett Darling explores how indifference might function as a radical artistic strategy.
A night of films and talks with some of Topsafe TV's favourite young filmmakers in London. All the directors work independently in London, developing...
A panel discussion on the increasing use of ceramics in contemporary art.
Maya Caspari spoke to Associate Poet Kayo Chingonyi about his influences, language and race, and the significance of music in his work.
Lawrence Lek reflects on fig-2, exploring its nature as a temporal experiment.