b. 1978, Zevenaar, Netherlands
Peggy Franck creates assemblages of everyday objects and simple artist's materials such as Plexiglas, tape, paint and paper. Her works often incorporate photographic prints and are conceived via a process of echoing where image and installation merge to create a tension between diverse materials and various forms of representation. She often translates two dimentional images into three dimentional space, and her work frequently exists as interventions in the exhibition space. The photograph as an ambivalent means of documentation is often presented both as referential image and as physical part of her casual installations.