Join ICA Curator Matt Williams and Bloomberg New Contemporaries Director Kirsty Ogg on a tour through Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2014.
Chaired by Tim Marlow, a panel of speakers including Iwona Blazwick (Director of Whitechapel Gallery) and artists Nathan Coley and Yinka Shonibare debate the question, Is there such a thing as British art?
An unmissable night of leftfield multi-platform experimentation featuring a live show by Arca together with visuals from his long-time collaborator Jesse Kanda.
This session brings together Aaron Cesar (Delfina Foundation), Bobby Niven (The Bothy Project) and Laura Simpson (Hospitalfield Arts), to talk about the art residency programmes they manage.
Critically engaging with current debates in arts education, while insuring that a historical perspective remains stimulus for current critical investigation into this highly debated topic.
Exploring the concept of 'The Democratic Table' to investigate how shared culinary encounters can create alternative (radical?) spaces for affective education.
Crafting a trans-discursive response: this dynamic, participatory workshop opens an (inter)space for trans-discursive dialogue in response to the question, When is Art?
Exploring avenues of questioning such as William S Burroughs cut-up techniques, collage and other anti-narrative strategies to deconstruct institutional favouritisms.
Part of a series of participatory and theoretical sessions in the ICA Studio on experimental and radical learning and pedagogy, led by members of the New Terms group.
An evening of performances by selected Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2014 artists MKLK, Lucy Joyce, Katie Hayward, Milou van der Maaden and Jesc Bunyard.