Watch films by Raqs Media Collective and John Smith at Guest Projects Digital today and tomorrow. This year's festival revisits past works by the artists to think about 'Migration, Mobility and Crisis'.
Jennifer Lauren Gallery is presenting an online exhibition of breathtaking gestural paintings and drawings by self-taught artists Nnena Kalu, John Black, Éric Derochette, Robert Fischer, Sher-ron Freeman, Joe Goldman, Judy Lopez and John Maull. View the exhibition here.
Every Rupture by Sasha Litvintseva was filmed during and after the Brexit referendum, juxtaposing the infinite and every day at the intersection of media, ecology and the history of science. Watch it until tomorrow at Douglas Hyde Gallery's website.
This year's edition of Present Futures will look at how local and global can come together to consider post humanism, bodily representation and speculative futures with artistic experimentation at its core. Book now for a collection of short film, artist moving image, immersive audio, online discussion and workshops between 5 and 7 February 2021.
Framework for Resilience is a three-part series of online conversations which bring together activists, artists, researchers and educators who will think about how we can better align ourselves with the needs and desires of our environment, as well as of every being within it. This series is happening over three Thursdays in February, book your free place here.
Stuart Hall Foundation welcomes poets Linton Kwesi Johnson, Roger Robinson and Jay Bernard for an evening of readings and discussion on 3 February. This event is free but needs booking, more information here.
As Far As Isolation Goes is a live-streamed, 1-on-1 performance by Tania El Khoury and Basel Zaraa that uses touch, sound and interactivity to bring audience members in contact with those faced with inhumane detention centres and a mental health system that disregards their political and emotional contexts. Book a session by 20 February.
A Lament for Power by Larry Achiampong and David Blandy will screen online on 3 February. An ambitious new film exploring the ethics of scientific discovery and the complex relationship between science, politics and race in our age of avatars, video gaming and DNA Ancestry testing. This event is free but needs booking, more information here.
[Image description: Medium shot film still in colour of a person riding a horse wearing plastic frills, outdoors in a park. Other people in the background seem to be playing the drums.]