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Analogue Ensemble: Extending the Frame

Thursday, 26 April 2018 13:21 Published in Group Exhibitions
Analogue Ensemble: Extending the Frame, Whitstable Biennale 2018. 
A new work, Lean Two, by Andrew Pepper, has been made specifically for the show and develops from an earlier examination of placement, framing and the peripheral view.
Analogue Ensemble: Extending the Frame - an installation of experimental artist film, video and 3D light works featuring; Amy Dickson, Simon Payne, Andrew Pepper and Mary Stark. Bringing together holograms, woven film, recorded mobile phone performance and a classic avant-garde film used anew as a graphic score, the exhibition explores the relationship between screen space, physical space and the experience of viewing moving image within the conditions of the gallery.

Studio 3 Gallery, University of Kent, School of Arts, Canterbury, UK.

More details at www.whitstablebiennale.com/project/extending-the-frame

Exhibition dates:  Preview in connection with the Whitstable Biennale - 26th April 2018

Open to the public 10th May - 8th June 2018

New Contemporaries 1980

Friday, 09 June 2017 09:24 Published in Group Exhibitions


Institute of Contemporary Arts, London.

New Contemporaries

Andrew Pepper showed the developmental light projection he was undertaking as part of his MFA at the University of Reading, UK.

Work included:

Random Cube.  35mm projected slide onto rotating cubic structure. More details and video here.


Catalogue interior.




Exhibition dates: 21st March - 5th April 1980.

Light against the wall

Saturday, 27 September 2014 19:25 Published in News

A new work is being shown for the first time in Drawology at the Lanchester Gallery, Coventry University, UK.

Developed within the Summer Lodge (a research and teaching initiative at Nottingham Trent University), this installation, is made up of a theatrical spotlight on a stand, directed towards a small, digitally produced, hologram which leans against the gallery wall.

More details about the exhibition here.



Sunday, 21 September 2014 00:00 Published in Group Exhibitions

Drawology, originally seen at the Bonington Gallery, Nottingham Trent University, in Autumn 2013, explores how drawing has the ability to record both its own making and the movement of the thoughts and body of the drawer. 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'.

Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

The exhibition is open 12noon-6pm Monday-Saturday.

A printed catalogue, including work from each of the included artists, is available from the Lanchester Gallery, Coventrey or Bonington Gallery, Nottingham. Online version available here.


As part of the gallery space, movable wall panels have been located in front of the large gallery side windows to offer extra exhibition space.  This 'artificial' wall (a transient upright) is beautifully reminiscent of theatrical 'flats' and connects conceptually, and practically, with the location, placement and illumination of the piece.

There is a natural synergy with Deborah Harty's large folded drawing - reminiscent of theatrical curtains - which stands close to the black tripod spotlight.

The massive luminous source - radiating heat from the large bulb inside - makes visible the tiny marks, hovering in space, released by the holographic surface.  A sledge hammer to crack a nut.  

An almost insignificant object not offered the 'credibility' of eye level display and invisible from most of the gallery.



Exhibition dates: 26th September - 26th October 2014

The Big Exhibition

Wednesday, 21 May 2014 00:00 Published in Group Exhibitions

An exhibition to support final year students on the fine art course at the University of Lincoln.

A university wide call for participation was made by third year students, who organised this fundraising project, which was shown in the university's new Project Space Plus located in the School of Fine & Performing Arts. Participants were asked to submit work no larger than 6" x 6" and make a financial donation to the degree show funding.  


All pieces submitted were displayed on shelves around the Project Place Plus gallery.


Andrew Pepper showed Fragment Top Left (Shallow/Smooth), a laser cut drawing on 350gms/150lb medium cold press watercolour paper.

 More exhibition details.

Exhibition dates: 8th - 14th April 2014

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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, as a senior lecturer in fine art at Nottingham Trent University, he taught on the BA (Hons) fine art course, the Master of Fine Art course and has acted as a PhD examiner for a wide range of key project-based research submissions.


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