Poor Image Projects

[PIP] is a nomadic event platform for audiovisual art forms 
Established in Leeds in 2018, Poor Image Projects is a nomadic event platform for the collective exploration of audiovisual and moving image art forms.
Structured around a series of one-off events, PIP shifts between screenings, installations and performances, unfolding in spaces across Leeds and beyond. Technical, tactile, high-definition, analogue, computer-generated, sensual, ubiquitous and poor— PIP aims to acknowledge the manifold forms and functions of audiovisual media and how they materialise in both artistic and everyday contexts.

PIP is run by:
Anya Stewart-Maggs
Bethan Hughes
PIP has previously worked with: The Tetley, Pavilion, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds Town Hall, Assembly House, East Street Arts, University of Leeds, Skippko, MAP Charity, Index Festival, Corridor8, _Blank at Leeds City College, Hyde Park Picture House.

PIP has received funding from Arts Council England, Leeds for Life Foundation, Axisweb and Leeds Inspired.

PIP has received equipment sponsorship from Lumen Audiovisual.
Graphic design by Jamie Hudson.
All photographs on this website taken by Jules Lister.

Proposals welcome, get in touch here.