Jen Pepper, that which cannot be held (detail), 2010. Galvanized steel cable, video projection, stainless steel rings, plastic-coated silk flowers, and gouache on paper, dimensions variable.

Jen Pepper

Syracuse, New York

Everson Museum of Art

There is a moment at the top of a leap when we are neither ascending nor descending. It’s a weightless moment full of coiled kinetic energy when something is about to happen—something either momentous or inconsequential (supposing that energy has no consequence). In Jen Pepper’s latest installation, we sense…see the full review in March’s magazine.