Browse our extensive image, film and sound collections.
In the audio-visual library you can listen to past lectures and conferences, explore images of works from the Leeds Sculpture Collection and watch footage from past exhibitions and events.
This growing collection includes documentaries on artists, where you can learn about an artist’s practice, observe how to curate an exhibition and listen to artists discussing their views on contemporary sculpture.
It also features an extensive collection of slide images, housed in purpose-built display units, that depict artworks, exhibitions and events from throughout the Foundation's history.
Our audio-visual resources are easily accessible, with listening and viewing facilities available within the Research Library. Please feel free to contact us in advance if you require assistance, or speak to a member of the library team once you arrive.
Below are a secection of recent films produced alongside our exhibition programme, available to watch online.
See Nicholas Monro's 'King Kong' on its journey from Cumbria to the Institute in Leeds. Our exhibition revisits the sculpture's creation as part of the ambitious, multi-city exhibition that brought sculpture into daily urban life.
Our Summer 2016 exhibition traced how artists have addressed radical changes to the very thing we humans know best: our bodies. Three videos document Rebecca Warren's 'Man and the dark'; prosthetic limbs from the early 20th century; and how Franz West's 'Adaptives' interact with the human form.