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Alternative Document Exhibition

Friday, 26 February 2016 10:34 Published in News

A new work by Andrew Pepper has been installed in the Alternative Document Exhibition, curated by Dr. Angela Bartram, along with an accompanying symposium at the university of Lincoln, UK.

'Three - Nine', 2016 is made up of three 35mm slide projectors (on gallery plinths) which illuminate the gallery wall and a centrally positioned digital hologram.

More details about the exhibition can be found here.

More details about 'Three - Nine' can be found here.

Installation view of The Alternative Document Exhibition showing video installation by Hector Canonge in the foreground and Andrew Pepper's installation, projecting onto the gallery wall ,in the background.

 

Film Free and Easy

Tuesday, 27 October 2015 18:51 Published in News

An installation with 35mm slide and reflection hologram was included as part of Film Free and Easy at Primary Studios, Nottingham. 
The second in a series of evening projection presentations.

Andrew Pepper installed this piece alongside a sound installation by Claire Davies. 

More details here.

Film Free and Easy – Primary Studios

Tuesday, 27 October 2015 18:40 Published in Group Exhibitions

Installation with projected 35mm slide and hologram.

 

Curated by Frank Abbott one of Primary’s resident artists, this was the second in a series of one-night installation evenings located across the various spaces at Primary. 

This October edition featured holograms, super 8, sound works, digital videos, found footage – projected and displayed using walls, objects, phones, TVs and screens.

It was also a chance to catch up with the Bloomberg New Contemporaries exhibition, part of which was on show at Primary.

The structure of the event was based submission of work and the audience bringing along the material that would be shown.

 

A developmental piece which began as part of the 2015 Summer Lodge, a two week residency within the fine art studios at Nottingham Trent University, during July.

Featuring work by: Sara Bonaventura, Craig Parr, Jane Wheat, Kirsty Birtwistle, Sue Ansell, Emily Simpson, Claire Davies,,Laura O’connor, Emily Warner and Gavin Rogers, Frank Abbott, Yelena Popova, Wayne Burrows, Reece Straw, Julian Hughes, Amir Ghazi-Noory, Yvonne Lake, Andrew Pepper.

More details: www.weareprimary.org


Exhibition dates:  22nd October 2015

 

 

Three Projected Levels

Wednesday, 05 August 2015 16:24 Published in Projected Light

Title: Three Projected Levels

Date: 2015

Materials: Three 35mm slides, projectors & plinths

Size: 4 m wide (approx)

Installation: Gallery wall

Notes: Produced within the Summer Lodge 2015 residency at Nottingham Trent University.
29th June - 10th July 2015.

 

A row of 35mm Kodak Carousel slide projectors are located parallel to the gallery wall.  Each contains a specially produced slide which is projected across the gallery onto the wall opposite.

The location, and structure, of the plinth which supports the 35mm slide projector is integral to the installation, offering a 'barrier' between the observer and the observed.

 

 

There are a series of questions raised around the nature of the illumination.  Is the projector projecting the image, seen in the hologram, in a traditional manner?  Where is the image located?  Within the hologram, within the projector or some space between the two?

 

 

Random Cube Rotation

Tuesday, 01 January 1980 00:00 Published in Video
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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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