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Hannah Perry was born 1984 in North of England, UK. She lives and works in London, UK. She graduated from Goldsmiths College in 2009 and then Royal Academy of Arts 2014. Recent exhibitions include: solo show’ Baltic Gallery in Newcastle 2024, NTNT, chester contemporary,
Duo show at Galerie Kandlhofer 2023
‘Liquid Language’ Arsenal Toronto, 'A Smashed Window and an Empty Room' at the Kunstverein Hamburg, as well as an exhibition of Artist-in-Residence programme of the Ural Industrial Biennial of Contemporary Art, Yekaterinburg, Russia. Her work has been shown at: Over the Influence, LA, Arsenal Contemporary, Montreal, ICA Off-Site, London, Zabludowicz Collection, London, 'Private Settings: Art After the Internet', MOMA Warsaw, Poland, 'A sense of things', Zabludowicz Collection, London, 'Kicking My Game', Royal Academy of Arts, London, and Stedelijk at Trouw, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. Recent solo exhibitions include: 'Gush', Somerset House, London and 'Rage Fluids', Kuenstlerhaus, Graz, AT. Hannah Perry is represented by Contemporary Fine Arts (Berlin), Galerie Lisa Kandlhofer (Vienna) and Althuis Hofland Fine Arts (Amsterdam).
Perry develops a sprawling network of references, drawing inspiration from personal experience, the testimony of others and the accelerated nature of our hypertechnological times. Her works essentially are all about the materials she used to explore the complexities of our inner worlds, as well as everyday physical and mental endurance. In a recent series of works, she has produced large scale sculpture, dynamic audio-visual installation utilising sound, technology, dance, spoken word, printmaking and 360-video, to engage with issues relating to our individual and collective welfare. Hannah’s practice explores erotic discourse, motherhood, mental health, youth, social class, and taste, alongside gendered coded industrial materials.