PIP9: Karanjit Panesar
- Henry Moore Institute
- Wednesday, 11 September 2019
- Performance and artist talk, 6 - 8pm
Poor Image Projects presents a performative lecture and screening by artist Karanjit Panesar at the Henry Moore Institute. An experiment in the layering, addition and subtraction of video through chroma key production techniques, the work uses live camera feeds, bodies, objects, and paint, to make a frame in which things are porous.
Karanjit Panesar (b. 1992) lives and works in Leeds.
Recent presentations of work include Strange Loop [solo], Turf Projects, Croydon (2019); The desire to be part of a story... [with serf], Index / YSI, Leeds (2019); THE WAY THINGS ARE [solo], arebyte Gallery, London (2018); Gloopiness is slippery but not like an ocean [solo], Arnolfini, Bristol (2017); eeeeeeeee, with lewdjaw, CBS Gallery, Liverpool (2017); Allen Road Sculpture Park, Artlicks Weekend, London (2017); East Midlands Today, 2 Queens, Leicester (2017); NAWKI, with 12o Collective, nationwide (2017).
Panesar is co-founder and director of east bristol contemporary, an artist-run initiative that counteracts the lack of showing spaces for emerging artists in Bristol and seeks to establish a unique and diverse programme of exhibitions and events.
Poor Image Projects (PIP) is a nomadic event series showcasing experimental moving image and audiovisual art. Hosting screenings, performances and installations, PIP unfolds in various spaces in Leeds and beyond.
This event is free of charge and open to all, but booking is advised. For more information please contact Kirstie Gregory, our Research Coordinator.