Production artwork from Lesley Keen, Taking a Line for a Walk, 1983. Courtesy of the aritst.


Printed Forms: Publishing and Experimental Moving Image, Open City Documentary Festival (25 April 2024)

Poor Modernism: The counternarratives of Scotland's contingent artists' film, New Voices in Irish and Scottish Studies, Research Institute of Irish and Scottish Studies, University of Aberdeen (24 October 2023)

Revisiting Norman McLaren: Complicity and Subterfuge, Against the Nation: Rethinking Canadian Art History in the World, Association for Art History Annual Conference, University College London (12 April 2023)

Malcolm Dickson & Marcus Jack, GoMA at 25 Podcast, Glasgow Museums (10 June 2022)

Peripherality and its Consequences: The Counternarratives of Artists' Filmmaking in Scotland (and elsewhere), Working Paper Series, Archive/Counter Archive (8 March 2022)

Channel Crossing: artists’ moving image from Scotland and the European network, 1986–1996, Scotland in Europe – Cultural Connections, 1939 to the Present, National Galleries Scotland / University of Edinburgh (25 February 2022)

Films on Art: artistic innovation and the art-film dilemma in 1970s Scotland, The Big Screen: Art History and British Cinema, Association for Art History Annual Conference / University of Birmingham (15 April 2021)

Roundtable: On the condition of producing and exhibiting artists’ moving image in Scotland, with Kitty Anderson, Marcus Jack, Moira Jeffrey and Michael Pattison, Alchemy Film & Arts (18 February 2021)
Episode 25: Transit Arts, Into the Mothlight Podcast

Group Show w/ Marcus Jack, Subcity Radio (27 April 2020)

“We never ever paid an electricity bill”: a DIY history of artists’ moving image exhibition in Scotland, Encounters Symposium, University of Dundee (13 March 2020)
Towards an exhibitionary history of artists’ moving image in Scotland since the 1990s, The 29th International Screen Studies Conference, University of Glasgow (29 June 2019)
Mapping a history of artists’ moving image in Scotland, PhD symposium, The Glasgow School of Art (4 December 2018)