Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) Journal

Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) announces Journal on view 25 June–7 September 2014.

Edson Chagas, Found not Taken, London, 2014. Courtesy the artist and A Palazzo Gallery, Brescia

Edson Chagas, Found not Taken, London, 2014. Courtesy the artist and A Palazzo Gallery, Brescia

Over the ICA’s summer season, Journal brings together international artists who explore both historical events and more gradual social changes in their work. At the project’s core is an exhibition of five presentations by Rossella Biscotti, Edson Chagas, Cyprien Gaillard, Paulo Nazareth and Koki Tanaka. Of equal status are projects that have been made for the ICA’s online space: a series of talks and contributions to an ongoing online journal.

Further participants include Duncan Campbell, Paul Elliman, Bouchra Khalili, Marlie Mul, Ahmet Öğüt, Charlotte Prodger & Isla Leaver-Yap, Richard Sides, and Joshua Simon.

Journal Programme

Online commission: Charlotte Prodger & Isla Leaver-Yap: Insomnia Cracks
From 25 June

Koki Tanaka
Precarious Tasks #9: 24hrs Gathering
Friday 27 June, 11am onwards

ICA Quickfire: Social Media Censorship
Wednesday 16 July, 7pm

Paul Elliman: Sirens Taken for Wonders (Invisible in the Field, London, 2014)
Friday 18 July, 6.30pm
Installation 19-20 July

Joshua Simon
Shockwork: The Selfie and the Labour of the Overqualified
Wednesday 23 July, 7pm

Marlie Mul: artist talk
Wednesday 20 August, 7pm

Below the Line: Bad Behaviour on the Internet
Wednesday 3 September, 6.45pm

Richard Sides: don’t blow it in the vector
Talk
Saturday 6–Sunday 7 September

Artists’ film events
Duncan Campbell – Wednesday 9 July, 6.45pm
Ahmet Öğüt – Wednesday 6 August, 6.45pm
Bouchra Khalili – Saturday 16 August, 6.45pm

Gallery tours
Educator’s Tour – Wednesday 25 June, 5pm
Fatoş Üstek – Thursday 10 July, 6.30pm
Ania Bas – Thursday 4 September, 6.30pm

Artists’ Film Biennial 2014
A four-day celebration of artists’ film and moving image, extending the ongoing Artists’ Film Club
programme.

ica.org.uk/afbiennial2014

Screenings:
Christian Jankowski Retrospective
Friday 4 July, 8pm, Saturday 5 July, 9pm & Sunday 6 July, 9pm

Artist selected programmes:
Nina Koennemann – Thursday 3 July, 7pm
Ken Okiishi – Friday 4 July, 6pm
Yto Barrada – Sunday 6 July, 2pm
Hannah Sawtell – Sunday 6 July, 7pm

Curator selected programmes:
The Day After Everyday: Selected by Sebastian Cichocki – Friday 4 July, 4pm
Dance Transmissions: Selected by Vivian Ziherl – Saturday 5 July, 7pm
Sam Smith selected by Vdrome – Thursday 3 July, 9pm
Selected from Open Call – Saturday 5 July, 5pm

Talks:
Panel Discussion: Curating Artists’ Film – Thursday 3 July, 3pm (In collaboration with and supported by the Art Fund)
How is the 21st Century Different? – Saturday 5 July, 3pm
The Evolution of Artists Film – Sunday 6 July, 4pm
Symposium: Aesthetics of the Non-visible – Saturday 5 July, 11am (In partnership with The School of Arts at Birkbeck University)
Artists’ & Curators’ Seminar Groups – Thursday 3 & Friday 4 July, 11am

Supported by:
Helen Thorpe, LUMA Foundation, the Art Fund

With additional support from:
British Council, Diversity Art Forum, Film London, Fluxus, Goethe-Institute, Lisson Gallery, Pilar Corrias, Polish Cultural Institute, Taylor Wessing

Talks in collaboration with Film London Artists’ Moving Image Network (FLAMIN)

Media Partner: Vdrome

Also on view:

Tove Jansson: Tales from the Nordic Archipelago
Fox Reading Room
15 July–24 August

This display presents original unseen photographs and material relating to Tove Jansson’s life and
work, illustrated books and early first editions.

Associated Talks:
Culture Now: Photographer C-G Hagström – Friday 18 July, 1pm
Gallery tour: Susanna Pettersson – Thursday 21 August, 6.30pm

Talks and events
Thomas Girst: The Duchamp Dictionary
Tuesday 22 July, 6.30pm

Kate Bush & Self-Control in the Music Industry
Thursday 28 August, 7pm

Tony Visconti & Woody Woodmansey
Tuesday 16 September, 7pm

Friday Salons
Gallery as Community – Friday 27 June, 3pm
SHE MUST BE WIKI: Feminist Film Wiki-a-thon – Friday 25 July, 3pm

Culture Now
Agata Pyzik – Friday 1 August, 1pm
Gosha Rubchinskiy & Alexandra Gordienko – Friday 29 August, 1pm

ICA artist editions
Visit our artist editions: ica.org.uk/shop/editions
New limited edition prints by Christian Flamm, Juergen Teller and Ecstatic Peace Library / Thurston Moore & Eva Prinz.
For information contact: [email protected] / T +020 7766 1425

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