Himali Singh Soin's Frieze Artist Award 2019 commission explores urgent questions about environment, history and myth
Édouard Glissant's 1961 play Monsieur Toussaint reimagined as a slam battle, swerving between Haitian Creole and French (for a performance at the Ghetto Biennale)
Ahead of its screening on Channel 4 this Thursday at midnight, a preview of Pauline Curnier Jardin Frieze Projects 2017 film where a sunny circus holds some dark secrets
For Frieze Projects 2017, video artist Alex Bag’s playful provocation takes on consumer and pop culture
For Frieze Projects 2017, Raphaela Vogel’s study of voyeurism via video drone
An exclusive preview of Hannah Perry's short film for Channel 4: Random Acts, broadcast Monday 21 August at midnight
For frieze, Nathan Corbin provides an exclusive video showing the latest work by Anne Imhof, who will be representing Germany at the 2017 Venice Biennale
Coinciding with their current show at Carroll / Fletcher, London, John Wood and Paul Harrison share and explain four of their early films
In anticipation of his new work for Frieze Film, Ming Wong reflects on his 2012 ode to Roman Polanski
With new episodes of ‘Telethon’, ‘The O.K. Show’, ‘Desde el Jardín’ and ‘The New Domestic Woodshop’
London-based artist Steve Bishop’s latest film By the Boundary, first shown as part of his Statements project at Art Basel 2016
How might east London look two weeks after Brexit? Lawrence Lek presents an updated version of his 2015 work Dalston, Mon Amour
A collaborative TV project initiated by Berlin artist-run space Kinderhook & Caracas
A new video by the Chinese artist hosted exclusively on frieze.com
Georgieva’s film commission for Frieze Film 2015 centres around the culture of Bulgarian chalga (pop-folk) nightclubs
For Frieze Film at Frieze London 2015, Thirteen Black Cats presented 1/56, the first iteration of a multi-authored moving image work inspired by Chilean author Roberto Bolaño’s novel Antwerp (2002).
Commissioned for Frieze London 2015, Xavier Cha produced a series of short films capturing actors as they battle conflicting emotions, held in tense states of physical and psychological discord.
For Frieze London 2015, Charles Atlas collaborated with New York choreographers Silas Riener and Rashaun Mitchell on a short video.
PiL's infamous 1980 performance on the primetime American TV programme American Bandstand.
A special commission for Frieze Film 2010
BBC documentary about the British experimental novelist (1933–73)