A French duo turn the gallery into a fracking site and an installation turns the value of capitalism into a public referendum as Liverpool's FACT celebrates ten years of new media adventures.
Set for a nationwide tour, a new feature film by London-based artist and director Shezad Dawood explores migration, ufology and race in UFO-hotbed, Preston Lancashire
In Freud’s study, amid an unblinking collection of classical and Egyptian artefacts, David Blandy delivers lines of broken Hip-Hop verse to the psychoanalyst’s unoccupied seat.
Vitality, diversity and humour are the aims for curator David Thorp in a British Council touring show which brings the likes of David Shrigley and Martin Creed to West Bromwich.
Drawings, watercolours, etchings, paintings, animations and musical interpretations in a show pondering our inner and outer workings at the Exeter gallery.
The first domestic exhibition by a pair of Swiss contemporary artists explores notions of ephemerality, the ethereal and organic forms through videos, drawings and sculptures.
From dancers in Fatboy Slim videos to works directed by Andy Warhol, an extensive survey of pop videos past and present features Queen, Prince, Björk, Ladytron and Bob Dylan.
Wideyed revisit mill observers with Therblig at New Art Exchange as part of Format photography festival
Observing a tissue mill in Northumberland, a pair of artists have used photography and film to reimagine some of the first techniques used to observe the inner workings of factories a century ago.
Smoke, lighting, 60 years' of dust and a team of arts enthusiasts helped artist Rosa Barba create a film looking at the forgotten architecture of north and south.
A trio of exhibitions at Turner Contemporary makes for an interesting balance of moving image, sculpture and the surprising drawings of JMW Turner.
Greek-British artist Mikhail Karikis' installation follows the "haenyeo" - a vanishing community of elderly female sea workers on the North Pacific island of Jeju.
The world of Expanded Cinema is flickering across the walls of Camden Art Centre where film, light and sound become materials to be constantly re-worked and manipulated.
The Serpentine Gallery is exploring the film, video and photographic work of avant-garde filmmaker Jonas Mekas throughout his remarkable and prolific sixty-year career.
Slow-motion footage and ghostly lighting as artist Heidi Locher brings her intense Air Architecture to an exhibition of memory based around a short film shot inside a hotel.
The second part of the Nottingham gallery's season to coincide with the 50th anniversary of Jamaican independence features a makeshift hairdressing salon.