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Luke Fowler Residency

An exploration by Luke Fowler of the archives at London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA).

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On the occasion of the London Premier of All Divided Selves, Luke was in conversation with son and biographer of R. D. Laing, Adrian Laing. Take a look at the ICA Blog to find out more and listen to the conversation on the topics raised by the film. Read on…

 

 

 

 

Congratulations to ICA Artist in Residence Luke Fowler who has been nominated for the much-coveted Turner Prize this year! Read all about it.

Other nominees are Spartacus Chetwynd, Paul Noble, and Elizabeth Price. The winner of the £25,000 prize will be announced on 3 December live on Channel 4.

Luke’s Residency at the ICA in London is supported by Creative Scotland’s Creative Futures programme. He will be producing new work in response to our rich archive and also for our upcoming Soundworks exhibition later this year. We will also be screening his film All Divided Selves and a number of other works at the ICA this summer. Check back on this blog in the next couple of days for details of events screenings…

Further information on ICA activities and events: ICA Blog

We’re happy to announce that Glasgow-based artist Luke Fowler has taken up an artist residency at the ICA, generously supported by Creative Scotland through the Creative Futures programme.

Luke began his residency at the ICA with us last night with the premier of the film All Divided Selves, at our ever-growing Artists’ Film Club. The evening proved to be a huge success with a full house!

We were delighted to see that the audience included many curators, producers and writers, such as representatives from LUX and Frieze, so a great success for Luke and the ICA is delighted to be working with him.

As part of the residency, Luke will be contributing to our online SOUNDWORKS project, taking inspiration from Bruce Nauman’s Days, which will be exhibited at the ICA from 19 June to 23 September. He will also produce a piece directly inspired by the ICA’s Archive.

For more information on the residency, please visit our website.

Luke will soon be featured in the ICA blog

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