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Ten-Year Gallery Retrospective

Saturday, 17 July 2004 01:00 Published in Group Exhibitions

Highgate Gallery opened in 1994 with two exhibitions which set the standard for future years. From the outset, the aim was to achieve quality and diversity, keeping in mind the special qualities of the Highgate Literary & Scientific Institution and the space in the Hall. A committee of volunteers - artists, gallery managers and collectors - was formed to run the Gallery.

 

From 1996 it has been possible to mount nine shows a year. By the end of 2004, the Highgate Gallery will have held 81 exhibitions; of these six featured the work of students ranging from primary pupils to postgraduates. Four Members’ Art Exhibitions have displayed the work of local amateur and professional artists. One of the ways in which the Gallery has fulfilled its educational remit is by staging major exhibitions of etchings by Hockney and Goya, loaned by the Arts Council. Around these loan exhibitions there were programmes of activities for the wider community.

Andrew Pepper took part in the Highgate Gallery exhibition programme during 1999.

Lighting for this installation of 'Lamp 1' was kindly supplied by Illuma Lighting Ltd. www.illuma.co.uk


Exhibition dates: 17th - 29th July 2004

 

Open Studios

Saturday, 16 September 1989 01:00 Published in Group Exhibitions

1989

Victoria House, Hackney, London.

In connection with the 1989 Whitechapel Open.

Andrew Pepper showed a number of wall and floor-based holograms and 3-D light projections.

Work included:

Positive Attempt (floor piece)

Point Addition - Mix

 

 


Exhibition dates: 16th - 17th September 1989.

Drawology

Wednesday, 18 December 2013 00:00 Published in Group Exhibitions

Bringing together the work of several artists with differing practices Drawology aims to consider whether this premise is applicable to a specific process or genre of drawing or whether it is applicable to drawing generally.

In this respect the works in the exhibition represent an expanded field of contemporary drawing in a Fine Art context to include: works on paper, performance, moving image, installation, projections and three-dimensional drawings. The exhibition is part of a larger research project currently being undertaken by Deborah Harty entitled ‘Drawing is phenomenology’.

 

Andrew Pepper showed PA Redrawn-Line. Based on ealier floor work, it was made up of 20 small rectangular holograms of marks.

The video below, produced by the Bonington Gallery,  highlights the exhibition opening.  It can also be found in the Video Gallery.

 

 

 


Exhibition dates: 18th November - 6th December 2013

Works for Shelves

Thursday, 01 January 1987 00:00 Published in Group Exhibitions

1987

Kettles Yard, Cambridge, UK.

Part of the University of Cambridge, Kettles Yard Gallery has been 

Artists were invited to produce a small piece of work which would used a shelf as its starting point.

The variety of submissions was wide including paintings, sculpture and construction.

Andrew Pepper showed Light Support, a 5" x 4" reflection hologram plate made specially for the exhibition.

More details about Kettles Yard here.

Rules of the Game

Thursday, 19 April 2007 01:00 Published in Group Exhibitions

2007

Surface Gallery, Nottingham, UK.

artworkornetwork was installed at the Surface Gallery, Nottingham, as part of the Rules of the Game series of 5 exhibitions.

A screen, on the gallery wall, displays a grid divided into small rectangles. Each one of these could be electronically 'occupied' by someone. There was space for eight thousand one hundred and seventy people.

Visitors to the gallery are asked to take a postcard, located next to the screen, and follow the 'rules' - the instructions which explain how to take part. The first 'rule' is to leave the gallery and find a computer connected to the internet and visit the work's website.

Participants then remotely select a rectangle on the screen, fill this with a pulsating colour, leave their name, location and a website they would like other people to visit. They are then asked to invite 5 of their friends to do the same.

As more people took part, so more rectangles became 'occupied'. The image changed on a daily basis and the work was complete as soon as all of the rectangles were 'occupied'.

There were three ways to take part: Visit the Surface Gallery to collect the instructions, hearing about the instructions by word of mouth, or by being invited by someone who has already taken part.

Social connections 'spread' around the Internet - each person 'digitally' touching the next.


Exhibition dates: 19th April - 19th May

 

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About

Andrew Pepper works with projected light, holography and installation.  Based in the UK,  he has exhibited his work in group and solo exhibitions internationally and is a senior lecturer in fine art at Nottingham Trent University where he teaches into the BA (Hons) fine art course, the Master of Fine Art course and acts as a PhD examiner.

 

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