Join the ICA Student Forum as they read and discuss Etan Ilfeld’s Contemporary Art and Cybernetics: Waves of Cybernetic Discourse within Conceptual, Video and New Media Art.
Italian artist Marinella Senatore discusses her multidisciplinary practice during the development of a new project with MOT International (October – November 2014).
Cybernetic Art after Serendipity. What were the immediate and long-term outcomes of the first major British exhibition of computer, electronic and robotic art?
Join Stephen Gage on a gallery tour of the Cybernetic Serendipity exhibition.
Led by artist Sarah Sparkes, this practical session introduces students to different painting techniques and encourages reflection on painting as a contemporary practice. This workshop has been developed in response to Beware Wet Paint.
Curator Paul Pieroni and artist Yuri Pattison discuss the contemporary resonance of the landmark 1968 exhibition Cybernetic Legacy> with its curator, Jasia Reichardt.
This Friday Salon examines how artists and curators make use of their domestic space as a means to show their work among peers, in contrast with showing in established art galleries.
This half-day symposium examines the integration of the digital in the construction of the ‘self’, asking how this has complicated our experience of material reality.
Join artist Manu Luksch on a gallery tour of the Neïl Beloufa: Counting on People exhibition.
Jasia Reichardt, organiser of the landmark 1968 ICA exhibition Cybernetic Serendipity gives an illustrated talk entitled Cybernetic Serendipity — a quick tour of the exhibition.