LUX Scotland: Towards a Scottish Collection of Artists’ Moving Image - Panel Discussion by LUX Moving Image published on 2017-01-25T15:58:23Z Panel Discussion & Screening Programme Friday 13 January 2017 CCA, Glasgow LUX Scotland hosts the first in a series of events around the establishment of its new distribution collection of Scottish artists’ moving image work. LUX Scotland’s collection building process is conceived as an open research project, working in consultation with the arts community across Scotland over the next few years. Through these public discussions, we hope to open out some of the questions around what it means to establish such a collection and what should be included, as well as acknowledge some of the precedents for collection building that already exist within Scotland. Through events we will also address issues such as the problematics of defining a collection by national or geographic borders; questions around archiving, distribution and accessibility; and criteria for inclusion and exclusion. These questions and more were explored in a panel discussion chaired by writer and academic researcher, Sarah Neely (University of Stirling). The panel included: Julie-Ann Delaney (Curator, Scottish National Galleries of Modern Art), William Fowler (Curator of Artists’ Moving Image, BFI National Archive), Cloudberry MacLean (Co-founder, Chair & Artistic Director, GLITCH Film Festival), Adam Lockhart (Archivist, Visual Research Centre, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design) and Francis McKee (Director, CCA Glasgow). Still: Rosalind Nashashibi / Lucy Skaer, 'Flash in the Metropolitan', 2006. Courtesy of the artists and LUX.