This Week at the ICA

Gregor Muir

13 Mar 2013
ICA Executive Director Gregor Muir takes a look at the week ahead.

Dear All,

On Wednesday 13 March we have Part 2 of Travelling, the Artists' Film Club series that features the work of Yto Barrada, Cyprien Gaillard, Sharon Hayes, Tobias Kaspar, Pablo Pijnappel, and Paul Sietsema.

And on Saturday 16 March we have Artists' Film Club: Anka and Wilhem Sasnal who will be screening their film It Looks Pretty from a Distance followed by a Q&A.

Among other films on offer at the ICA this week, from 12-14 March we have the Pan Asia Film Festival, and from 15-21 March we have the Human Rights Watch Film Festival 2013.

On Thursday 14 March we have Factory Floor presenting ArchLive, a live collaboration with avant-soundscaper Simon Fisher Turner, as part of their Associate Artist Residency at the ICA.

On Friday 15 March we have the internationally acclaimed British composer Michael Nyman at Culture Now. A composer, musicologist, pianist, conductor, author and more recently photographer and film-maker, Nyman coined the term ‘minimalist music’ during his time as a music critic.

That same day we invite you to view our latest Outdoor Sculpture on The Mall, Frank Benson’s Flag (Union Jack), 2013.

This is also the last week of our Juergen Teller: Woo! exhibition that comes down on 17 March. We are delighted to announce that last week’s talk with Juergen Teller in conversation with Bice Curiger and myself, can now be viewed online.

I look forward to seeing you at the ICA very soon.

Best wishes,

Gregor Muir
ICA Executive Director

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