Read, Watch & Listen
What does a ‘free world’ look like for humans? Exploring ideas around surveillance and freedom, animator Yanqi Liang presents 'Web Jungle', a surreal world where civilians are surveyed by a group of administrators who monitor the jungle.
Curator Florence Ostende talks to us about the exhibition Into the Night: Cabarets and Clubs in Modern Art, and how these spaces became sites of collaboration and experimentation.
Exploring the underbelly of our digital world, Trevor Paglen discusses the deeper meanings in his installation in The Curve, revealing the powerful, and often hidden, forces at play in artificial intelligence.
Embodying the revolutionary spirit of the 1920s, we take a closer look at ¡30–30!, a group whose their socialist ideals to promote affordable and accessible art, as displayed in 'Into the Night'.
Discover the overlooked female artists in the late 1920s Germany, who captured the pulsating energy of nightclubs and the alternative lifestyles that flourished within them, as revealed in the exhibition, 'Into the Night'.
Barbican Young Creatives celebrate ten years of Barbican Guildhall Creative Learning by creating this new body of work, featuring spoken word, audio-visual projections and new footage.
Miles Blacket presents his short film Hovering Between Us, exploring the digital disconnect between our digital lives and real day-to-day experience.
From a black and white photograph to a life-size recreation in our gallery, we explore the story behind Cabaret Fledermaus and how we brought it back to life in Into the Night: Cabarets and Clubs in Modern Art.
Trumpet player Mark Kavuma and bass player Michael Shrimpling perform 'Memories of you', composed by Eubie Blake, in our exhibition Into the Night: Cabarets & Clubs in Modern Art.
Winners of this year’s Oxford Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Award, SUPERFAN perform Nosedive, using contemporary theatre and circus to look at how cooperation, trust and security shift at different stages of life.