IMA Podcasts
  • Alison Kubler, Susan Best & Naomi Evans

    'Forgotten Female Artists'

    VAULT Issue 25 Launch

    23 February 2019

  • Axel Wieder

    In Conversation

    12 February 2019

  • Xiao Lu

    In Conversation

    24 January, 2019

  • Deb Alvoen, Lu Forsberg & Amelia Hine

    In Conversation

    26 May, 2018

  • Karrabing Film Collective

    Water Mirrors conversation moderated by Vivian Ziherl

  • Vivian Ziherl

    Water Mirrors Part I

    Additional contributions from artists Delvene Cockatoo-Collins, Karrabing Film Collective and Rachel O’Reilly.

  • Naomi Blacklock

    Ocean Between Us

    7 June, 2018

  • Clare Land & Bogaine Spearim

    In Conversation

    24 May 2018

  • Tom Nicholson & Dale Harding

    In Conversation

    21 April 2018

  • Lucy Cliché & Naomi Blacklock

    'Häxan' Live Score

    19 April 2018

  • Alana Kushnir

    Curatorial Authorship

    IMA Talks

    3 April 2018

  • Ryan Presley

    In Conversation

    29 March 2018

  • Eva Franch i Gilabert

    In Colour

    23 November 2017

  • Kimberley Moulton

    Seeing in Blak and White; On a Scale of One to 1788 How Authentic Are You?

    In Colour

    26 September 2017

  • Megan Cope

    Artist Talk

    17 June 2017

  • Diana Young

    In Colour

    25 May 2017

  • Susan Best and Andrew McNamara, with Madeleine King

    In Colour Debate

    9 March 2017

  • Dieter Roelstraete

    Turn! Turn! Turn! Reconsidering Art as Historiography

    13 December 2016

  • Tirdad Zolghadr

    Artist As Quarry

    8 November 2016

  • Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll

    In conversation with Dr Amelia Barikin

    15 October 2016

  • Brook Andrew

    The Artist As… Archivist

    13 August 2016

  • Tara McDowell

    The Artist as Initiator

    24 August 2016

  • Ryan Presley

    In the context of Frontier Imaginaries

    30 June 2016

  • Sara Jordenö

    Not About Us Without Us – Art, Film, and Situated Knowledge

    14 June 2016

  • Gordon Hookey & Michael Aird

    On the painting MURRILAND!

    2 June 2016

  • Rachel O'Reilly

    The Gas Imaginary

    26 May 2016

  • Vivian Ziherl in discussion with Courtney Pedersen

    Frontier Imaginaries

    May 2016

  • Emily Pethick

    The Artist as Collaborator

    12 May 2016

  • Inti Guerrero

    30 March 2016

  • Daniel Barber

    The Nature of the Image

    Architecture, Climate and Media

    16 March 2016

  • Rana Hamadeh

    On her work Sleepwalkers

    25 February 2016

  • Adam Linder

    The Artist as Choreographer

    10 March 2016

  • Céline Condorelli

    The Artist as Architect

    1 March 2016

  • Madeleine King

    Through the lens of fashion...

    19 September 2015

  • Nigel Prince

    24 November 2015

  • Stephanie Rosenthal

    From the series: What Can an Art Institutions Do?

    20 November 2015

  • Ian Mclean

    From the What Can Art Institutions Do? series

    Response by Richard Bell

    26 september 2015

  • Marysia Lewandowska

    What Can Art...?

    19 August 2015

  • Patrick Staff

    On Practice and the Film Installation The Foundation

    13 August 2015

  • Peter Anderson, Sean Dockray, Callum Morton, Monica Narula, Maud Page, Nikos Papastergiadis, Courtney Pedersen, Ann Stephen

    Panel Discussion 1

    11 July 2015

  • Peter Anderson, Sean Dockray, Callum Morton, Monica Narula, Maud Page, Nikos Papastergiadis, Courtney Pedersen, Ann Stephen

    Panel Discussion 2

    11 July 2015

  • Terry Smith

    Then And Now Independent Art Spaces

    11 July 2015

  • Helen Hughes

    Response to Terry Smith

    11 July 2015

  • Elizabeth Ann Macgregor

    What Can Art…?

    18 June 2015

  • Vernon Ah Kee and Bruce Maclean

    In Conversation

    18 June 2015

  • Charles Esche

    What Can Art…?

    26 May 2015

  • Misal Adnan Yildiz

    What Can Art…?

    16 April 2015

  • Chris Saines

    What Can Art...?

    21 March 2015

  • Patricia Reed

    Fiction and the Future Anterior

    26 February 2015

  • Zach Blas

    Artist Talk

    21 February 2015

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