Warren [noun] is defined as 'a series of connecting underground passages and holes in which rabbits
live'. Also defined as "a very crowded and confusing building or part of a city in which it is easy to
get lost'. Wu and Ackerley present selected works engaging themes of family, memory, fantasy, theft,
yearning, unreality, love, catharsis, etcetera.
Kelly Wu is a Chinese-British artist originally from Essex, currently living and working in London
Her practice encompasses performance, sculpture, and installation, fixating on found and at times
stolen objects. Her works depict the small within the big.
Joe Ackerley is a British artist from Hastings, living and working in London. His work is about
remembering, looking, being small. His practice combines sculpture and sculptural assemblage, works
on paper, written word, performance, and sound.
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