LUX is an international arts agency for the support and promotion of artists’ moving image practice and the ideas that surround it. LUX exists to provide access to, and develop audiences for, artists' moving image work; to provide professional development support for artists working with the moving image; and to contribute to and develop discourse around practice.
The organisation’s main activities are distribution - acting as an agent for artists who work with the moving image; exhibition (screenings, gallery exhibitions, touring shows) both independently and in partnership with other organisations; publishing (books, DVDs, websites); commissioning both new art works and writing; research support for curators, researchers and academics; professional development support for artists and arts professionals and the development of research resources.
The LUX shop specialises in books, DVDs and publications related to artists' film and video. Alongside LUX's own publications are a variety of titles from an international network of artists and small publishers.
Six recent 16 mm film works by British artist Emily Richardson
DVD including five of Malcolm Le Grice's most important early works.
Volume 2 of the AFTERIMAGES DVD series from LUX featuring 3 films by structuralist filmmaker Peter Gidal.
Volume 1 of the AFTERIMAGES DVD series from LUX featuring 3 films by Lis Rhodes.
DVD with three film works by Vivienne Dick from LUX's AFTERIMAGES DVD series.
A DVD with a documentary film by Ben Rivers
DVD with five films by Jo Ann Kaplan
A selection of Alfred Leslie's key films on DVD.