Poor Image Projects
Poor Image Projects (PIP) is a nomadic event series showcasing audio-visual and moving image art. Established in 2018 with artist Bethan Hughes.
The format of PIP events is fluid, shifting between screenings, flash exhibitions, performances and artist talks. In response to the temporary nature of inner-city space and the inherent mobility of AV media, PIP is nomadic, unfolding in various locations across Leeds and beyond.
Events documented by Jules Lister, and graphic design by Jamie Hudson.
Supported by Lumen Arts, Axis Web, Arts Council England, Leeds Inspired, and the Leeds for Life Foundation.
PIP has held events at The Tetley, Assembly House, Leeds Town Hall, Pavilion, Yorkshire Hub, Hope House Gallery, University of Leeds, East St Arts 34 Boar Lane, The Henry Moore Institute, and BLANK_ University Centre Leeds.
Photo: Jules Lister. Double 6, Ashley Holmes and R.I.P. Germain, Leeds Town Hall.
PIP 8: Ashley Holmes and R.I.P. Germain
PIP 7: Joanne Armitage and Anya Stewart Maggs
PIP 6: Jamie Hudson, Douglas Dixon Barker, Victor Svedberg
PIP 5: David Steans
PIP 4: Patrick Ward
PIP 3: Matthew Parkin and Charlotte Cullen
PIP 2: Georgia Lucas-Going
PIP 1: Harriet Rickard