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Andrew Pepper

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Cut Column, 2009 Lasercut Water Clolour Paper 50.5 X 50.5 X 4.5 (Framed) © Andrew Pepper
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Cut Column (detail showing frame), 2009 Laser Cut On Watercolour Paper 50.5 X 50.5 X 4.5 Cm (Framed) © Andrew Pepper
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Nine Drawn Spaces, 2008 Laser Cut On Watercolour Paper 50.5 X 50.5 X 4.5 Cm (Framed) © Pepper
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Nine Drawn Spaces (details showing frame), 2008 Lasercut On Watercolour Paper, 50.5 X 50.5 X 4.5 Cm (Framed)
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Sight Lines Wall, 2003-4 Installation, Holography, Metal, Light Gallery Wall © Andrew Pepper
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Sight Lines, 2001 Metal, Holography, Light, Digital Prints Gallery Installation © Pepper
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Curved, 2001 Hologram On Curved Glass Sheet W 41 X L 48.5 X D 1 Cm © Pepper
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Wall Drawing, 1998 5 Hologarams On Glass, Gallery Wall, Lights Gallery Installation © Pepper
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Square Eclipse, 1989 Hologram On Glass H 25.5 X W 20 Cm © Pepper
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One Million Points Of Light, 2006 to present Online Collaboration/Digital Computer Screen And Internet © Andrew Pepper
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One Million Points Of Light Light Computer Screen Web Page © Andrew Pepper
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One Million Points Of Light Light Computer Screen Web Page © Andrew Pepper
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One Million Points Of Light Light Computer Screen Web Page © Andrew Pepper
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One Million Points Of Light Light Computer Screen Web Page © Andrew Pepper
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One Million Points Of Light Light Computer Screen Web Page © Andrew Pepper
Quick Facts
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Tags
mixed-media, installation, modern, digital, sculpture
Statement

Andrew Pepper is an artist working with projected light, installation and holography.  He has exhibited his work in solo and group shows world-wide and is a visiting lecturer in fine art at Nottingham Trent University and the University of Lincoln.

He founded and published the first global catalogue for creative holography, while teaching at the Academy of Media Arts in Cologne, and organised the International Symposium for Art Holography, which took place at the University of Nottingham.

He has written extensively on the subject of creative holography for art and science journals including Leonardo, SPIE and Art Monthly.

Apart from his own work in the visual arts, he has been director of the Shearwater Foundation Holography Programme and the International Holography Fund, both organisations having been set up to help finance international projects in creative holography.

He has contributed professional practice seminars to a number of arts based university courses with an emphasis on how artists can promote themselves, and work, online.

Currently his digital One Million Points Of Light Project is exploring anonymous advertising, basic collaboration and acting as a source of data for a three-dimensional hologram installation.