Juliette Pénélope Pépin
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Juliette Pénélope Pépin’s transdisciplinary practice explores the links between human and non-human perceptions; their phenomenology, mythology and technological frameworks. Through installations, videos, prints and speculative narratives, Juliette Pénélope questions the meanings of «seeing» and «being seen» in our time.

The videos produced by the artist are like streams of collective (un-)consciousness. They are fed by a heterogeneous material; scientific images, publications on social networks or images of wildlife observations. These visual streams are often supported by fictional texts that the artist sometimes even co-writes with an artificial intelligence.

Her installations are fragments of long researches on themes related to Queer ecology, Hydrofeminism and techno-criticism. These fragments are presented in the form of printed, textile or sculptural creations arranged in a given space.  

Through participatory, collective and interdisciplinary projects, Pépin sets the limits of her practice beyond the art gallery space. Reflecting on the multiple paradigms that shape our time, she values and develops participatory, discursive and negotiable research projects.

She is currently programmed as an artist-researcher at the ICA Kyoto (Kyoto Center for Contemporary Art - Fall 22). Recent exhibitions include the group show ‘Hydrographism’ with her collective LIMB at Brighton CCA Dorset Place (UK), the group show ‘When, Suddenly’ with University Plurality at Espace Voltaire (FR) and the ‘working conditions’ commission for BLINDSIDE Gallery (AUS).
NB: This website is a non-exhaustive selection of current works. Please send me an email for a custom portfolio PDF with insights on my research and more in depth description of my past and current projects.
2022     BEING - Group exhibition, Instituto Terra e Mémoria - Unesco Paris (Pt & Fr)
2021     Hydrographism - Group show, Brighton CCA Dorset Space, (Gb)
2021     SE Print Fair - Group show, New cross SE London, (Gb)
2021     Pandora’s Box - Group show, Frauen Theatre Festival Frankfurt (De)
2021     Quand soudainement - Group show, Espace Voltaire with U+ (Fr)
2021     Access - Group show, Set Space, London (Gb)
2021     working conditions - Commissioned solo exhibition, Blindside, Melbourne (Aus)
2020     Loss=»binary_crossentropy» - Solo exhibition, Enclave Projects, London (Gb)
2019     Interrogating Art-Science [...] - Group exhibition, Oxford University, Oxford (GB)
2019     The Art Of Code - Conference and group exhibition, Enclave Projects, London (Gb)
2019     Pop||2Pop - Group show, Saint James Hatcham Church, London (UK)
2019     /bju:ti» - Group show, Masshysteria Projects, London (UK)
2019     GetLerped - Group show, Saint James Hatcham Church, London (UK)
2019     A School Of School - Group exhibition, Luma Arles (Fr)
2018     A School Of School, lstanbul Design Biennale - Commission, Pera Musei, (Tr)
2016     Dutch Design Week 2016 - Group exhibition, DAE, Eindhoven (Nl)

2022     Research fellow program, ICA Kyoto (JP)
2017     Residency and artistic intervention in urban space. Popps Packing, Detroit (Us)

2016      Winner of the «Social Design Award» Eindhoven (Nl)

2021      SUSAN, Humanities art and society magazine, article, International
2021      Stickhosts’, Fieldnotes journal, contribution, London (Gb)
2018      Interview (author), Immersion volume 02, Paris (Fr)
2017/18  Several articles, Digitalarti, Paris (Fr),

Edition, curation
2019/20   Sharon Kivland, Mabibliotheque. Editorial assistant, London (Gb)
2016/17   Fracas Gallery. Associate initiator and curator, Brussels (Be)
2015        Onomatopee. Editorial and curatorial assistant, Eindhoven (Nl)
2015        Post Digital Publishing. Archivist (It)

2019/20   MFA Fine Arts, Goldsmiths University, London (GB)
2018/19   MA Computational Arts (partially completed), Goldsmiths University, London (GB)
2013/16   BA Conceptual Design, Design Academy Eindhoven (Nl)

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