Homemade Mango Chutney: Another Six Artists Revealed
This Friday we’re launching a brand new virtual exhibition of new work by 18 RIPE artists, past and present. Read on to discover more about six of the exhibiting artists and scroll through the images above to see a sneak peek of their work installed in our virtual gallery space.
Homemade Mango Chutney launches on Friday 29th May at 7pm. We will meet on Zoom and take an artist lead tour of the new and improved virtual Alfred Arcade featuring live art performances, followed by a Q&A on the terrace out the back. Register for free to join the live launch event.
Imogen Marooney @imogenmarooney
Imogen’s practice is rooted in printmaking and creative writing; it is informal, intimate and inviting, often literally involving the audience in the creation of new work through workshops and performance.
Bryn Lloyd @bryn_lloyd
Bryn manipulates materials to make them move. Using motors, magnets and natural forces he creates kinetic installations and experiments with unpredictable outcomes. Often constructed from recognisably recycled objects and technologies, his handcrafted mechanics are eerily attuned to the ever-shifting sights and sounds of the world around us.
Charlotte Marchant @charlottemarchantphoto
Charlotte’s photographic practice is an ongoing investigation into the tenets of the documentary discipline. Her work explores the boundaries of an ever expanding medium and demonstrates how this style of photography can take many forms in the 21st century.
Robin Price @robin_price_
Robin is interested in space and volume; his practice explores different ways of measuring space beyond a numerical value. He builds simple, geometric sculptures and installations, working with ordinary materials such as string, paper, plaster, wood and wire.
Annette Warner @annettewarner_art
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.
Jade Anthony @groupcritpowerdynamics
Jade’s practice is about mapping connections and the organising of visual information through drawing, film or installation. Her work focuses on developing ways to merge and blend the conventions of various visual languages to tell narratives that span across many different subjects and time periods.