Morgan Quaintance, Missing Time , 2019. Courtesy of the artist.
We are delighted to announce that this year’s SUPERLUX Summer School will be led by Morgan Quaintance. Organised in partnership with Hospitalfield in Arbroath, the summer school will take place across the weekend Friday 9 – Sunday 11 August.
Morgan Quaintance is a London-based artist and writer. His moving-image work has been shown recently at David Dale Gallery, Glasgow; LUX, London; KARST, Plymouth; LIMA Amsterdam, Kunstmuseum Bonn; Jerwood Space London; the 14th Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival; London Film Festival 2018; November Film Festival; the Palace International Film Festival; and Videonale.17.
Over this weekend-long residential summer school, a group of 12 participants will spend time together at Hospitalfield to explore some key questions in Quaintance’s practice through a programme of film screenings, discussions, readings and group meals. The summer school is open to artists, curators, writers and arts professionals based in the UK and internationally.
Find out more and how to book here.
SUPERLUX Bursary Place
Application deadline: 16 July, 10am
LUX Scotland is pleased to offer one bursary place for a SUPERLUX member to take part in the summer school. This will cover the cost of the summer school including accommodation and meals, as well as travel to and from Hospitalfield.
To apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a short statement (no longer than 250 words) about why this residency would be useful for your practice and current research. Applications must be received by 10am on 16 July in order to be considered. The bursary holder will be notified by 10am on 17 July. The bursary holder will be asked to provide a short reflection on the summer school, which will be shared on the SUPERLUX website following the event.