Installation & Multimedia

Digital Revolution - The Barbican

Digital Revolution explores and celebrates the transformation of the arts through digital technology since the 1970s. The exhibition brings together for the first time a range of artists, filmmakers, architects, designers, musicians and game developers, w

Ed Atkins

A decapitated head bounces down a neverending staircase. Blood spills and splatters on the steps.

Journal, ICA - exhibition review

Featuring works of several international artists, this show creates a form of current-affairs reportage.

Journal - ICA

This summer, the ICA invites international artists, theorists and writers to present individual artworks, events, moving image and talks throughout the ICA and online. Each artist explores both historical events and more gradual social changes in their wo

BMW Tate Live: Up Hill Down Hall: An Indoor Carnival - Tate Modern

This new performance commisssion offers critical and artistic perspectives on carnival. Informed by the history of the Notting Hill Carnival, artists Hew Locke and Marlon Griffith use carnival to reflect on ideas of public space and performance.

Midsummer Water Day - King's College London, Strand Campus, Somerset House

Midsummer Water Day brings together a range of artists and academics for a full day's programme of activities in venues around King's College London and Somerset House to tie in with Amy Sharrock's Museum of Water. The programme features talks, instal

Marina Abramovic: 512 Hours, Serpentine Gallery - exhibition review

With all the buzz around Marina Abramovic's exhibition of 'nothing', why do I feel I’m caught up in a cult?, asks Ben Luke.

Participatory Performance Art With Marina Abramovic

Marina Abramovic is known for radical pieces of performance art.

The Human Factor exhibition review: Investigating the body politic at the Hayward Gallery

A young ballerina stands primly with her hands behind her back, pointing her toes. She is a headless mannequin, a sculpture by the artist Yinka Shonibare. She seems docile, but she is not. When you walk around her, you find that she is hiding a huge gun b