Ric Warren (b.1986 in England) lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland.
With a central focus on spatial and social politics, Ric Warren’s artworks are predominantly sculptural and sculptural installation. His work considers how our manmade surroundings have symbolic meaning beyond their basic functions and is informed by an interest in post-modern urban / social theory distilled through a minimalist artistic sensibility.
Solo shows include: Preventative Measures: On The Spatial Dynamics of Control, Counteraction, & Conflict, Superclub Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland (2012); Borders, Boundaries & Barricades: Redeveloping Geographies of Division, David Dale Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland (2011).
Group shows include: Finite Project Altered When Open, David Dale Gallery, Glasgow, Scotland (2015); Higgs / Riepenhoff / Warren, SWG3 Project Space, Glasgow, Scotland (2014); Industrial Aesthetics, Hunter College, New York, USA (2011); UNREST, CCA Intermedia, Glasgow, Scotland (2011); THE SHOW IS OVER, Cornish College of Art, Seattle, USA (2011); Characters In Search Of An Exit, MOT International, London, England (2011).