Adam Jeppesen – Vaca Muerta

Berlin (30 April – 30 July 2016) Gallery Taik Persons is pleased to present a selection of Adam Jeppesen’s œuvre from the series Flatlands Camp Project along with his most recent works in the solo exhibition entitled Vaca Muerta.
Detail of: Adam Jeppesen, Incahuasi I, 2016, 221 x 179 cm, photocopy on acid free paper, needles, framed

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Gallery Taik Persons is pleased to present a selection of Adam Jeppesen’s œuvre from the series Flatlands Camp Project along with his most recent works in the solo exhibition entitled Vaca Muerta [Dead Cow].

Seven years ago, the artist embarked on a 487 days unaccompanied and relentless journey taking him through the Americas from the Arctic to Antarctica. The title of the exhibition derives from Adam Jeppesen recollecting an incident during his travels: “Years ago at the end of my solitary journey I found myself in the middle of nowhere: miles of deserted earth and water. The sense of loneliness vanished and at the same time built up in me again when I came upon a carcass of a dead cow. It was perfectly preserved in a place where it shouldn’t have been, a hostile environment where every life is endangered by just being there. Throughout my entire journey, and it never mattered wherever I was, I never forgot the sight of this dead cow. A few years later I went back and it was still there.”
Jeppesen’s journey has never ended; it continues through the postproduction of his pieces, in which every cut, every piece of paper and their union through the pins and the creases is no more and no less another step on the way. Adam Jeppesen was born in Kalunborg in 1978. He lives and works in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Detail of: Adam Jeppesen, Incahuasi I, 2016, 221 x 179 cm, photocopy on acid free paper, needles, framed
Detail of: Adam Jeppesen, Incahuasi I, 2016, 221 x 179 cm, photocopy on acid free paper, needles, framed

Gallery Taik Persons

30 April – 30 July 2016

Lindenstrasse 34

10969 – Berlin

www.gallerytaikpersons.com

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