October 12, 2014 - Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) - Off-Site: The Old Selfridges Hotel during Frieze London 2014
October 12, 2014

Off-Site: The Old Selfridges Hotel during Frieze London 2014

In order of appearance: Korakrit Arunanondchai and performers. Martine Syms, For Nights Like This One, 1979, 2014. Siobhan Davies Dance, Table of Contents. Performer: Rachel Krische. Isabel Lewis. 

ICA Off-Site: The Old Selfridges Hotel
Tuesday 14–Saturday 18 October 2014

The Old Selfridges Hotel
1 Orchard Street
London W1H 6HQ E
Entrance next to Selfridges Foodhall
All events free, but ticketed. Capacity is limited.

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ICA Off-Site returns to the Old Selfridges Hotel, a unique, raw space in the centre of London, for a week of live events to coincide with Frieze London.

The programme includes performance, music, art, dance and discussion and features Isabel Lewis with Frieze ProjectsKorakrit Arunanondchai with boychild and AJGvojicNTS Radio, Siobhan Davies Dance and Rhizome.

ICA Off-Site events
An occasion hosted by Isabel Lewis
Tuesday 14 & Wednesday 15 October, from 5pm
Doors open 5pm, until approximately 9pm
Isabel Lewis hosts a series of “occasions.” A term coined by Lewis herself, the “occasion” is a celebratory meeting of things, people, plants, music, dance and smells that situates itself somewhere between a bar, a lecture and a salon. Lewis’s dramaturgy includes speaking, DJing, dancing, and smells by Norwegian chemist and smell researcher Sissel Tolaas.

Co-commission with Frieze Projects and Liverpool Biennial
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Do You Follow? Art in Circulation
A series of talks in collaboration with Rhizome examining the ways in which internet circulation has affected art practice and art’s function. 

“Internet circulation has made all art look the same.”
Wednesday 15 October, 3:30pm
Panel discussion with art historian Alex Bacon and artists Martine SymsTakeshi Shiomitsu, and Kari Altmann. Chaired by Rhizome Curator/Editor Michael Connor.
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“Internet circulation changes places into image-places”
Thursday 16 October, 3:30pm
Panel discussion with artists Constant DullaartRenzo MartensMonira Al Qadiri (GCC), and Christopher Kulendran Thomas.
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“Internet circulation changes bodies into image-bodies”
Friday 17 October, 3:30pm
This panel features a presentation by artist Amalia Ulman, who will be in discussion with artist and writer Hannah Black.
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ICA Quickfire: Isabel Lewis and Hans Ulrich Obrist
Thursday 16 October, 11am
Artist Isabel Lewis is in conversation with curator Hans Ulrich Obrist, discussing her practice and her “occasions.”
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Korakrit Arunanondchai featuring boychild & AJGvojic: The Last 3 Years and the Future Thursday 16 October, 9pm
Doors open 9pm, performance starts 9:30pm
Korakrit Arunanondchai presents four videos accompanied by a live performance in collaboration with performance artist boychild, with lighting and environmental design by AJGvojic.

Bangkok-born New York-based artist Korakrit Arunanondchai’s work explores history, authenticity, self-representation, and tourism.
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NTS Present Parallel Visions #4
Friday 17 October, 9pm–1am
Entry times may be staggered and queueing may be required. No tickets available on the door.

ICA Associate Artists NTS Radio present a night of live music and DJ sets. The line-up includes Glaswegian six-piece Golden Teacher, a band who play a hectic blend of disco, house and electro, and London-based psych duo We Are Shining. They are joined by Emotional, whose 2014 take on computer love has been making waves in the digital and physical realms, plus NTS selectors Latete Atoto.
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Siobhan Davies Dance presents: Table of Contents
Saturday 18 October, noon–6pm
Siobhan Davies Dance returns with Table of Contents, an acclaimed live movement installation which questions how dance is archived. In collaboration with dance artists Andrea BuckleyHelka KaskiRachel Krische, Charlie Morrissey and Matthias Sperling
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Also showing at ICA during Frieze London
The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH

Neïl Beloufa: Counting on People
Until 16 November
First UK solo exhibition Lower Gallery and Theatre

Beware Wet Paint
Until 16 November
A collaborative painting exhibition with Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo
Turin Upper Galleries 

Cybernetic Serendipity: A Documentation
14 October–30 November
The landmark 1968 exhibition is celebrated with a display of archive materials and publications.
Reading Room

*Images in order of appearance: Korakrit Arunanondchai and performers. Photo: Charles Roussel. Courtesy the artist. Martine Syms, For Nights Like This One, 1979, 2014. Siobhan Davies Dance, Table of Contents. Performer: Rachel Krische. Photo: Pari Naderi (1014). Courtesy the artist. Isabel Lewis. Photo: Joanna Seitz. Courtesy the artist.

 

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