Ripe Mangoes Profile: Annette Warner

In the build up to the launch of Ripe Mangoes #01, we’re profiling each of this year’s exhibiting artists, selected from the degree shows at Southampton Solent University and Winchester School of Art at the University of Southampton.

Annette Warner

Annette’s practice is adaptive and agile. She is interested in the memories of objects and spaces, often using mundane materials to create site-specific installations and interventions that reveal the awkward quirks and corners of the rooms we inhabit. The work is temporary and transient, exploiting the fragility and fluidity of our perceptions.

“…my practice aims to question how malleable our understanding of the world may be within the settings in which we stand to view art, reality, and ourselves.”

Join us on Friday 19th July at 7pm at the Alfred Arcade on Old Northam Road for the launch of Ripe Mangoes #01.