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‘Pen Pusher'Emily Pope

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Installation view, ‘Pen Pusher’.
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Installation view, ‘Pen Pusher’.
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Splitting My Sides, 2021, digital wallpaper.
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A Bit Of A Naff Title Part 1, 2021, screen print and annotation on paper.
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A Bit Of A Naff Title Part 2, 2021, screen print and annotation on paper.
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Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice, 2021, screen print and annotation on paper.
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Pen Pusher, 2021, screen print and annotation on paper.
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When My Number Is Up, 2021, screen print and annotation on paper.
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Alanis Morrissette And Her Lamborghini, 2021, screen print and annotation on paper.
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Confused Revere, 2021, screen print and annotation on paper.
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A Genuinely Popular And Self Serving Theory, 2021, screen print and annotation on paper.
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Herding Cats, 2021, screen print and annotation on paper.
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Insightful Stuff To Say, 2021, screen print and annotation on paper.
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Nightwalking, 2021, screen print and annotation on paper.
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Peacocks Is Closing Down, 2021, screen print and annotation on paper.
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Precipice, 2021, screen print and annotation on paper.
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Self Care, 2021, screen print and annotation on paper.
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Supposed To Be A Sketchbook, 2021, screen print and annotation on paper.
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This Too Is Of Course A Lie, 2021, screen print and annotation on paper.

For the second V.O Projects exhibition, London-based artist Emily Pope presents, Pen Pusher. Referencing rave flyers, viral statements, political advertising and protest banners, as well as the work of feminist artists such as Jenny Holzer, the exhibition includes sixteen of the artist's 'positive posters' alongside a new and never before seen large-scale wall installation.

Emily Pope (b. 1990 London) is an artist working between film, printmaking, writing and radio, and who is excited by experimental forms of broadcast and distribution. She is currently working on an experimental film and exhibitions project supported by WOMP (Sheffield), The Box Museum (Plymouth) and Arts Council England. She has exhibited widely in solo and group presentations at artist-led organisations, small contemporary spaces and LGBTQI+ venues. This has included BLOC Projects, Sheffield (2019); Vogue Fabrics, London (2019); Peak Gallery, London (2019); Paradise Works, Manchester (2019); The Royal Standard, Liverpool (2018); Serf, Leeds (2018); VI VII, Oslo (2017); Matthew Gallery, New York (2017); HA HA Gallery, Southampton (2017); Auto Italia, London (2017); Turf Projects, London (2015).