LUX Scotland presents...

  • Film

heaven can wait

Artists and collaborators, Graeme Roger and Kevin Reid have selected a series of music videos and artists’ films that have shaped their ideas or share their interest in theatrical video work. These include films that are playful and concerned with cultural oddballs, outsiders and psychotropic adventures in the Scottish landscape.


The Beta Band, Inner Meet Me, 1998
Bedwyr Williams, Flexure, 2016
Jesse Rae, The Thistle, 1985
Michelle Naismith, Can I Caress The Hope, 2004
Roger & Reid, The Dog by RM Hubbert and Kathryn Joseph, 2016
Johnny Barrington, Tumult, 2012

Programme duration: 63 min + introduction from Graeme Roger.

Roger & Reid have worked on collaborative projects since 2003 after graduating from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design. Graeme Roger is currently a Producer of Film & Visual Art Projects at Eden Court Theatre. Kevin Reid is a Creative Producer at The Stove Network in Dumfries.

This screening is part of LUX Scotland’s guest-curated programme for Eden Court.

LUX Scotland is a non-profit agency dedicated to supporting, developing and promoting artists’ moving image practices in Scotland. Working at the intersection of the contemporary visual arts and film sectors, our core activities include public exhibition and touring projects, learning and professional development for artists and arts professionals, distribution, commissioning and production support, research and sector advocacy. From our offices based in Glasgow, we work with a growing network of national and international partners, including museums, contemporary art organisations, film festivals and educational institutions, to deliver our programme. One of our current priorities is the establishment of a new distribution collection of artists’ moving image based in Scotland.

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