Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility [eco]SYSTEM by Anjella Stevenson - Ripe


by Anjella Stevenson

Join us on Friday 17th April at 6pm for the launch event at the Hidden

Wardrobe on Old Northam Road where you will have the opportunity to
explore the exhibition up close and be able to meet the artist.

Get your free tickets for the launch event HERE


If you are unable to attend don’t worry, we will also be simultaneously
launching the exhibition online on our YouTube Channel.



Anjella’s practice is driven by a deep concern for global issues such as food insecurity and deforestation. She is a photographer interested in raising awareness about climate change and promoting sustainable practice. Her work often contains art historical references or delicate depictions of the
natural world.


“In this composition of cables and photos, I hope to illuminate the dichotomy between nature and technology: it seems that they compete for humanity’s attention, prompting a reflection on the delicate balance between progress and preservation.


Trees are often a symbol of nature, but in this case, its branches and leaves have been replaced by the cables and screens that have taken over our lives. As the modern world evolves, such technology often overshadows the earth’s natural beauty, or even, stand in its place. It is important to recognise how innovation, while important, can distract us from protecting our natural environment and understand what it might mean for the next generation.


[eco]SYSTEM will be on display in the windows of the Hidden Wardrobe from Friday 17th May until Sunday 16th June and is free to visit.

Exhibiting Artists


17/05/24 - 16/06/24


The Hidden Wardrobe