Adam Jeppesen (1978) is a contemporary visual artist known for his captivating photographic and sculptural works. With a keen eye for detail and a deep appreciation for the natural world, Jeppesen has built an international reputation for his unique approach to sculpture. Often haunting, his work reflects themes of solitude, introspection, and the passage of time, as well as a profound interest in how humans experience the world. His sculptural creations frequently employ unconventional materials as he seeks to discover forms of expression that resonate with emotional and sensory experiences. In recent years, Jeppesen has shifted his focus to the crossroads of technology and nature, exploring the role of artificial intelligence and its implications for humanity. Over the years, Jeppesen’s art has been exhibited in numerous galleries and institutions across the globe, including the Denver Art Museum, Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam, and Museo MAR in Argentina.



The installation Club Sideral serves as a gateway, transporting viewers from the charming village of Garzon to a realm of profound introspection on our connection with the natural world. An ethereal tinted object, resembling a floating celestial body made from translucent fabric is suspended by hundreds of delicate threads. The object’s shape is determined by tension pulled from multiple anchor points, creating a sense of balance that is accentuated by the fabric’s weightlessness. In darkness, the phosphorescent material of each thread captures attention, emitting a soft, enchanting glow. Club Sideral is a meditation on balance and tension within nature. The delicately suspended object is a metaphor for the intricate balance that sustains ecosystems, human relationships with nature, and the fragile thread of life itself. Club Sideral provokes contemplation about our place within the broader natural scheme, reminding us that we can function both as stabilizers and disruptors.