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Andrew Pepper's tiny installation with 35mm slides was recently shown as part of Primary Studios Film Free and Easy event.

Curated by Frank Abbott, Film Free and Easy took place on 2nd June 2016 at Primary Studios, Nottingham, and was the fourth in a series of evening projection presentations.

Three – Nine – 35mm (Alternative Document filtered) 2016, an installation using 35mm slides which had originally been projected for 4 weeks within an work at Project Space Plus, University of Lincoln.   During that time the slides denatured and slowly shifted the appearance of the projected information.  Here they exist as their own object, illuminated but a thin sheet of electroluminescent material.. 

 

More details: www.weareprimary.orgwww.apepper.com

 

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The 2016 Nottingham Castle Open exhibition began on 22nd October and includes four artists from stillunresolved.org

Selected from a submission of over 400 midlands-based practitioners, Claire Davies, Rob Flint, Andrew Pepper and Gerard Williams have work included.

The exhibition is open until 8th January 2017.

www.nottinghamcastleopen.com

 

 

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Two works by Andrew Pepper are on show in St. Petersburg, Russia, as part of UNESCO’s Year of Light 2015 celebrations.

Vertical Liquid Supported and Lean, are included in a new exhibition space at the recently renovated Elisseev Palace. 

The show was launched at the start of an international symposium on display holography in June, and features examples of creative work in the field by a number of artists working with spatial imaging.  It continues until the end of October 2015.

       Lean with shuttered theatrical spotlight.                                                              Vertical Liquid Supported

 

Lean was developed partly within Nottingham Trent University's Summer Lodge and was most recently shown in Drawology at the Lanchester Gallery, Coventry University, UK.

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Emma Cocker and Andrew Pepper both have work included in Documents Alternatives (#2) at Verge Gallery, University of Sydney, NSW, Australia.

A (re-)staging of ephemeral artworks that is in ‘motion’ and responsive to intent. The exhibition foregrounds fluidity and diversity of translation and includes multiple art voices and modes of output including video, holography, text, painting, print and sound. This is an experimental, discursive strategy whereby the document becomes a new artwork and the artwork becomes a new document to keep the ephemeral evolving and in transition.

features works by:Angela Bartram, Andrew Bracey, David Brazier and Kelda Free, Luce Choules, Emma Cocker and Clare Thornton, Kate Corder, Steve Dutton, Tim Etchells, Rochelle Haley, Morrad + McArthur, Andrew Pepper, and Louise K. Wilson
Curated by Angela Bartram

More details here.

 

Exhibition dates:  28 January - 24 February 2018

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Andrew Pepper will be one of the artists in residence as part of Performing Drawology, taking place at the Bonington Gallery, School of Art and Design, Nottingham Trent University.

Fri 15 Jan 2016 - Fri 12 Feb 2016, Mon – Fri, 10 am – 5 pm

More details about the exhibition and the activities of the artists can be found at:

www.apepper.com/performingdrawology

www.boningtongallery.co.uk

www.boningtongallery.co.uk/blog

https://performingdrawology.wordpress.com/

 

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An early work with drawing and holography 'Line Addition', by Andrew Pepper, is included as part of the Mid Winter - Love Light exhibition at Gallery 286, London.

Showing light works and a selection of pieces held in the Ross Collection, the exhibition brings together a wide range of international artists using light and holography.

11th - 26th February
Gallery 286
Earl's Court
London SW15 9AS

www.apepper.com

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Four artists from the NTU fine art course will be showing work in Enough is Definitely Enough, an exhibition curated by Andrew Bracey at General Practice in Lincoln.

Louisa Chambers, Geoff Diego Litherland, Danica Maier, Andrew Pepper and Gerard Williams.

Over 40 contemporary artists have made new artworks in response to a postcard version of Velázquez’s masterpiece, Las Meninas for an exhibition at General Practice in Lincoln. ‘Enough is Definitely Enough’ which opens on 30 March and runs to 13 April, features a huge variety of different artistic responses to the Spanish painter’s masterpiece - arguably the most widely interpreted of all paintings.

 

Art Historian Daniel Arasse reflected many people's view that everything, or perhaps even nothing, has been said about Las Meninas -"what's the difference, enough is definitely enough!". The artists in the exhibition build upon previous interpretations by renowned artists such as Pablo Picasso, Richard Hamilton, Francesco Goya and Eve Sussman. Artists have long been actively influenced by the centuries old painting by Velázquez; with their responses, in turn, offering influence back to Las Meninas to enable new readings. With the artworks made for ‘Enough is Definitely Enough’ there is potential for new relationships with Velasquez's original painting to open up.

 

The exhibition forms part of Andrew Bracey's PhD research at the University of Lincoln. He is exploring how contemporary artists have used and appropriated existing paintings by other artists, through a position of using the metaphor of the parasite and symbiosis in connection with painting.

 

Artists: Euripides Altintzoglou, Tristram Aver, Maggie Ayliffe, Sarah Bennett, Juan Bolivar, Andrew Bracey, Louise Bristow, Kate Buckley, Louisa Chambers, Fiona Curran, Gordon Dalton, Karen David, Annabel Dover, Leo Fitzmaurice, Rebecca Fortnum, Rachel Goodyear, Simón Granell, Tom Hackney, Sharon Hall, Lesley Halliwell, Simon Harris, Ilona Kiss, Geoff Diego Litherland, Alison Lloyd, Cathy Lomax, Rachel Lumsden, Danica Maier, David Manley, Enzo Marra, Andrew Pepper, Yelena Popova, James Quinn, Daniel Rapley, Lucy Renton, John Rimmer, John M Robinson, David Ryan, Nick Simpson, Stephen Snoddy, Soheila Sokhanvari, Annabel Tilley, Alun Williams, Gerard Williams.

 

 

Enough is Definitely Enough
30 March – 13 April 2019
General Practice, 25 Clasketgate, Lincoln, LN2 1JJ

 

https://www.general-practice.net/

 

Open Friday and Saturdays 11am - 4pm

 

Free and open to the public
Vernissage Friday 29th March 6 - 9pm
Finissage  Saturday 13th April 2 - 5pm

 

 

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Andrew Pepper is showing new work in Holography, Light, Time & Space, Aveiro City Museum, Portugal.

26th June - 30th September 2018.

 

A curated exhibition including over 25 internaternational artists working with holography and light.

 

The show coincided with the 11th International Symposium on Display Holography held at the University of Avairo.

 

A new work by Pepper was presented as part of the exhibition which included the floor installation Light Wedge 2018.

 

The initial installation was made up of two glass holographic plates, one supported by a wooden wedge and the other by the first holographic plate.

 

This version was on show for the duration of the symposium and was then reinstalled to include a single plate with holographic drawing and wedge.

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Andrew Pepper is showing work in the New Art Exchange Open exhibition

The exhibition opens on 10th June 2022
Tuesday – Saturday 10am - 4pm

 

www.nae.org.uk/exhibition/nae-open-2022/191

 

The juried selection, from over 300 submitted works, reflects the diversity of practices and approaches from Nottinghamshire based artists and Global Majority artists living in the UK.

 

Light Wedge, an installation incorporating holographic drawings.

 

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As part of the the Spaces of Uncertainty Summer Academy in Stuttgart, Andrew Pepper explored a series of projected interventions into the corners of the Württembergischer Kunstverein Stuttgart.

5th - 15th September 2016.

Pepper was there with artist Andrew Brown, and students from Nottingham Trent University, as part of an Erasmus programme involving art schools from across Europe.

More details:

www.spacesofuncertainty.info

www.wkv-stuttgart.de/en/current

 

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