Mount Analogue

Mike Nelson

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‚ÄčLUX Scotland hosts three evenings of screenings, talks and discussions inspired by Mike Nelson's Eighty Circles through Canada (the last possessions of an Orcadian mountain man). Over the course of three weeks, this temporary school will explore ways in which visual culture intersects with or frames landscape, spatial politics, anthropology and autofiction.

The night school is free and places are ticketed for each session. Places are limited, so booking is advised. Contact box office on 0845 330 3501 for tickets. 

Ticket-holders are requested to provide their email so course materials can be distributed in advance of each Thursday session.

An extended description of the course is available from LUX Scotland.

Mount Analogue is the first in a series of learning projects presented by LUX Scotland. Further details will be presented at the close of the night school.