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Andrew Pepper

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Interference : Coexistence


The Clock Tower, Long Island City, NY, USA.

Curated by Dr. Martina Mrongovius ((Holocenter, New York / Academy of Media Arts, Cologne), this survey exhibition brought together 26 artists working with holography and included early pieces from the 70's and 80's as well as more recent examples.

Andrew Pepper showed Vertical Liquid Supported, a small reflection hologram of the shadow of liquid, held upright (unframed) by an industrial 'G' clamp.

Margaret Benyon, Rudie Berkhout, Betsy Connors, Melissa Crenshaw & Sydney Dinsmore, Eva Davidova, Paula Dawson, Rebecca Deem, Cho Duckhee, Tristan Duke, Mary Harman, Guillermo Federico Heinze, Setsuko Ishii, Adrienne Klein, Juyong Lee, Ana MacArthur, Gerald Marks, Sam Moree, Ikuo Nakamura, Ana Maria Nicholson, Ray Park, Andrew Pepper, Julius Schmiedel, Dan Schweitzer, Fred Unterseher and Sally Weber

With new works by young Korean Artists in the Holocenter Vault Gallery:
Boyang Ahn,  Haena Bae, Bokyung Jung, Jungwon Park and Eunjo Yang.

Exhibition dates 6th September - 9th October, 2013



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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 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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