Adam Jeppesen, Work no 218, Cyanotype on linen, 126.5 x 82.5 cm, courtesy Black Box Projects, copyright the artist
BLACK BOX PROJECTS
A survey by contemporary artist Adam Jeppesen
Black Box Projects presents a solo exhibition by Danish contemporary artist Adam Jeppesen, exhibiting works created over the last decade inspired by a 487-day unaccompanied journey Jeppesen took from the North Pole to Antarctica - called The Flatlands Camp Project. Jeppesen’s practice appears to be travel documentary, yet it challenges the boundaries between fact and fiction. Jeppesen redefines the traditional applications of analogue photography as he experiments with unconventional printing techniques and elevates the imperfect, incomplete and impermanent within his work. Black Box Projects will show selections from XCopy, Folded, The Pond and sculptural works from the Tanks series. Accompanying the exhibition is a new book entitled 'Error, Object, Structure' with text by Catherine Troiano (V&A), Sarah Allen (Tate Modern), Hinde Haest (Foam), Søren Gosvig Olesen (Univ. of Copenhagen) Mads Damsbo (Brandts) and Leonard Koren.