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Distribution dossier 5: “No Need to Fear or Hope”: Hito Steyerl and the Poor Image

In her final post as LUX Blog writer-in-residence, Erika Balsom on the possibilities of the 'degraded copy'

Posted on 26 Feb 2013 / Carry on reading

Distribution Dossier 4: Site-Specific Scarcity

LUX blog writer-in-residence Erika Balsom on Gregory Markopoulos' efforts to restrict the circulation of his films.

Posted on 8 Feb 2013 / Carry on reading

Distribution Dossier 3: Possessable Cinema: Lovemaking at Home

LUX blog writer in residence Erika Balsom on Stan Brakhage's attempt to bring film art into the home via The Evergreen Book Club, a distributor of erotica.

Posted on 29 Jan 2013 / Carry on reading

Scoring Voices, Moving Bodies: An Interview with Beatrice Gibson

Amy Budd interviews LUX artist Beatrice Gibson on the occasion of her recent exhibition at The Showroom

Posted on 24 Jan 2013 / Carry on reading

Distribution Dossier 2: Certified Copy: Authenticating a Reproducible Medium

Writer in residence Erika Balsom on the role of certificates of authenticity in artists' moving image.

Posted on 17 Jan 2013 / Carry on reading

Distribution Dossier 1: Why Distribution?

Erika Balsom our new writer-in-residence on the LUX blog begins a series of posts on artists' moving image distribution.

Posted on 7 Jan 2013 / Carry on reading

Artists' Moving Image Publications Round-Up 2012

Our annual round-up of the best artists' moving image publications of the year

Posted on 1 Dec 2012 / Carry on reading

Amy Budd - From Slide to Celluloid: Pierre Leguillon and La Promesse de l’Écran (The Promise of the Screen)

LUX writer in residence Amy Budd on French artist Pierre Leguillon and his ongoing peripatetic screening project

Posted on 23 Oct 2012 / Carry on reading

Thomas Morgan Evans: Industrial Relations

Thomas Morgan Evans on the Artist Placement Group in light of the APG show at Raven Row

Posted on 15 Oct 2012 / Carry on reading

ANJIN 1600: Episode 1 - David Blandy in Conversation with Tim Dixon

David Blandy talks to Tim Dixon about his most recent project, ANJIN 1600, as well as the artist’s enduring love for the Wu Tang Clan, soul music and anime.

Posted on 12 Oct 2012 / Carry on reading

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