Lucy Parker

Friday 4 December 2015, 6:30pm

Lucy Parker has invited individuals to speak on the subject of endings in relation to their specific fields of interest. The question of what constitutes a satisfactory ending or a sense of resolve is key in the cases of blacklisted constructed workers; after years of being prevented from being able to work, what does fair compensation consist of?

Speakers include legal academic Dr Chloë Kennedy who will speak about legal resolutions, bassoonist and artist Faith Limbrick who will play and discuss closing motifs in classical music and film programmer Peter Taylor who will present a collection of film endings and invite the audience to share endings from their favourite films.

Soup and popcorn will be served.

Chloë is a lecturer at Edinburgh Law School, where she teaches a range of courses on doctrinal and philosophical aspects of criminal law. Her main research interests are the history and theory of law, especially cultural, religious and intellectual influences. She is also interested in the critical potential of legal history. Her research to date has primarily focussed on Scots criminal law, Calvinism and Scottish Enlightenment thought. You can view Chloë’s research activities here and follow her on Twitter at @ChloeJSKennedy.

Faith Limbrickis an artist living and working in Edinburgh and is a committee member at Rhubaba.

Peter Taylor is the Director of Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival and a programme advisor for International Film Festival Rotterdam. In 2015 he was selected by the Mondriaan Fonds for a research based residency at AIR Berlin Alexanderplatz. Other recent activities include curating programmes for PLASTIK, Ireland’s festival for artists’ moving image and Opacities, an upcoming series of screenings and discursive workshops co-curated with Kathryn Elkin for Collective Gallery, Edinburgh.