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Performing Drawology: Featured Artist: Andrew Pepper 01 February 2016

Andrew Pepper’s practice examines aspects of the unsupported line, marks in space and our visual / physical engagement with apparent three-dimensional volumes in which they are manifest.

He works with holography, projected light and installation to combine and manipulate marks, releasing them from the surface they appear to rest on.

Recent pieces attempt to question our expectations around the visual fidelity of holographic images and employ aspects of the ‘sideward glance’ the peripheral view and the vocabulary of ‘framing’ and ‘placement’.

AndrewPepper ThreeElevatedVoids_Detail

RESIDENCE:
Thursday 4 February

More info: www.apepper.com

IMAGE: Three Elevated Voids (detail), Andrew Pepper

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