The LUX Scotland Collection at Glasgow School of Art Library is Scotland’s first library dedicated to artists’ moving image. It was established in 2016 as a collaborative project between LUX Scotland and the Glasgow School of Art.
The collection provides access to a breadth of resources, publications and DVDs on historical and contemporary artists’ moving image practices, history and theory, as well as a special collection of artist-selected titles.
SUPERLUX members can join the library for the discounted price of £25 a year, providing unlimited access to this collection, which includes watchable film and video work, documentation and writing on the rich history of moving image practices within art.
Browse the LUX Scotland collection at GSA Library here.
To become a library member, visit the GSA Library in person and bring your SUPERLUX membership number with you. Fill out an External Borrower Membership form and your library card will be posted to your home address within 10 days.
The LUX Scotland Collection is located on the second floor of the GSA Library. The main library entrance is on the corner of Renfrew Street and Scott Street in Glasgow city centre.
During term-time the library is open from 8am–10pm on Mondays–Fridays and 8am–6pm on Saturdays and Sundays. Learn more here.