Join us for an online talk with artist Andrew Black and writer, researcher and activist Keir Milburn on Wednesday 28 February, 7pm, as part of the current exhibition at LUX, Andrew Black: ‘On Clogger Lane’. The discussion will revolve around the issues and themes explored in the exhibition, followed by a Q&A session.
Andrew Black’s Margaret Tait Commission ‘On Clogger Lane’ is a new experimental documentary that meanders through the Washburn Valley between Otley and Harrogate, exploring the infrastructures of capital on land overshadowed by a monstrous satellite surveillance station, submerged beneath reservoirs, haunted by accusations of witchcraft, and populated by the traces of many generations of past inhabitants – from prehistoric carvings to the Victorian graves of child labourers.
- Free, Booking is required.
- Closer to the event date, you will receive a zoom link to join this online talk.
- Live captioning by 121 Captions and BSL interpretation by Altan Maidrig will be available.
LUX Scotland commissioned Keir Milburn to respond to ‘On Clogger Lane’. You can read or listen to Keir read his commentary, ‘ONLY THE MINERAL REMAINS’, below
The film ‘On Clogger Lane’ will be available for streaming on our website from Wednesday 21 February to Wednesday 28 February. Watch the film here
The exhibition Andrew Black: On Clogger Lane runs until 10 March 2024, from Thursdays to Sundays, 12-4pm at LUX, Waterlow Park.
Presented by LUX and LUX Scotland.
The Margaret Tait Commission is a LUX Scotland commission delivered in partnership with Glasgow Film, with support from Creative Scotland.
The event will take place on Zoom. The Zoom link is available via Eventbrite booking. To download Zoom, visit here: https://zoom.us/downloa
The event will be live captioned by 121 Captions and BSL interpretation by Altan Maidrig
If you require support to participate in our online events, or have any questions, please let us know by contacting us at [email protected] and we will be happy to assist.
Watching the work in advance
We encourage audiences to watch ‘On Clogger Lane’ in advance of the discussion event by either calling into the exhibition or watching online. The conversation will be focused on this work and audience questions. Reflections and contributions are an important part of this event. ‘On Clogger Lane’ will be available to watch via the LUX website from 21-28 February 2024.
Participating in the Event
We invite you to have your cameras on, if you are comfortable, as it adds to the sense of us being together. The event will be recorded and we intend to make this recording available online.
We ask that all participants be respectful and listen to the facilitators and other participants.
Audiences are encouraged to contribute when the host opens up the group conversation for questions. We ask that one person speak at a time and that you type ‘hi’ in the chat to indicate you want to contribute. A member of the LUX team will keep track of who wishes to contribute and will direct the conversation to you. You may also wish to use the chat box to type your question or comment, should this be preferable for you. We ask that you keep your microphones on mute until you are going to speak to ensure everyone can hear clearly.
LUX is dedicated to providing a welcoming online environment for everyone, regardless of gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion or belief. Participants who do not adhere to this code of conduct and the participation guidelines will be asked to leave the event.