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Edited by Aaron Juneau, Jonathan Watts and Harriet Mitchell
YH485 Press, September 2009

Limited to 1000 copies with 50 copies reserved to hold fish and chips in the borough of Great Yarmouth.

This was the first major collaborative publication by YH485 Press who have been working with London based curatorial initiative gymnasium to realise *periphery.

The collaboration is the result of  Project Gymnasium initiated for the annual Out There Festival in the seaside town of Great Yarmouth for which three local artists were commissioned to produce moving image works responding to their locale.

The resulting vidoes were shown on a large screen situated along the 'Golden Mile' on Great Yarmouth's seafront. Rather than produce a catalogue relating to these works, gymnasium had in mind a newspaper that would bring together voices from diverse disciplines on one common theme - 'periphery'

Each artist was invited to include an image and text relating to their view of 'periphery.

The limited edition was available from the YH485 Press website and as a 'support' to eat chips out of during September that year!

The publication was be available to buy for £2.00 (free P and P) from the YH485 Press website. There was also be an online version, with extra contributions, availalbe to download from the publications section at YH485 Press. 

Artists included in the paper publication are:

On the Edge Research, Jeremy Miller, Alice Carey, Mike Pearson, Rosemary Shirley, Duncan Higgins, Joanne Lee, Lawrence Bradby, Evi Grigolopoulou, Ann Churcher Clarke, Emma Cocker, Ian Hunter, Jo Robertson, Jonny Aldous, Lee Triming, Andrew Pepper, S Mark Gubb, Jennie Syson, Georgina Barnley, David Berridge/Hyun Jin Cho/David Johnson/Pippa Koszerek, Dean Kenning, Exocet, John Plowman, My Villages, Bruce Ayling, Theo Turpin/Frederico Campagna, Fiona Woods, David Reid/Fiona Maclaren, John Newling, Kathleen Coessens/Marie-Francoise Plissart.



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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