Originally conceived as a single five hour film, the trilogy follows a middle-aged single mother, a devoutly religious sister, and the overweight 13-year old daughter of the same family, each trying to realise their unfulfilled dreams and desires.
Seb Frazer, the ICA’s favourite apprentice, makes his ICA blog debut following a night out at Kensington Palace, as part of the John Lyon’s Charity birthday celebrations. The ICA Academy, generously supported by John Lyon’s Charity, aims to nurture young people’s interest in and appreciation of creative industries, broaden engagement with contemporary art practices, and provide career paths to Further Education, Higher Education and employment.
Based in South East London, clinic bring together poets, artists and musicians for collaborative events and self-published books and pamphlets. Rachael Allen and Sam Buchan Watts explain the ethos behind clinic, followed by two poems from clinic collaborators and Independents Day contributors Sam Riviere and Emily Berry.