Workshop with Duncan Marquiss: Editing for Artists’ Moving Image

Part of Aberdeen Programme

25 May 2019

Peacock Visual Arts
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Duncan Marquiss,Evolutionary Jerks & Gradualist Creeps, 2016. Image courtesy the artist and LUX

Duncan Marquiss will present a workshop exploring a variety of approaches to editing within artists’ moving image practices. Through practical exercises, discussion and looking at examples from the history of artists’ film and video, the workshop will consider the creative and critical possibilities of editing.

Duncan Marquiss (b. 1979 Scotland) is an artist who works with video, drawing and music. Recent exhibitions and screenings include Stalking The Image: Margaret Tait & Her Legacy, GoMA, Glasgow, 2019; We Would Be Lost Without You, Experimenta, BFI London Film Festival, 2018; Antiphon, LUX Scotland, Kochi-Muziris Biennale, 2017; and his solo exhibition Copying Errors at Dundee Contemporary Arts, 2016. Marquiss was the recipient of the Margaret Tait Award 2015 – 16.

Part of Aberdeen Programme

The LUX Scotland Aberdeen Programme aims to support early career Aberdeen-based artists and curators. The programme has run from since 2018 and has included job opportunities, workshops, screenings and online commissions. The programme was led by Project Manager Rachel Grant between 2021–24.

Supported by Aberdeen City Council Creative Funding, this continues our previous work to support, develop and promote artists’ moving image practices across Scotland, and builds on our work in the Aberdeen area, which began in 2018.

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