British artist Hannah Perry works across installation, sculpture, film and printmaking. Perry continuously generates and manipulates materials to develop a sprawling network of references. The result is an often candid, and personal exploration of mental and emotional health in our contemporary, hyper-networked society.
At BALTIC, Perry presents a major body of new work for the Level 4 gallery that considers labour, motherhood and class.
Perry lives in London. Recent exhibitions, performances and events include Smoking Areas, David Roberts Art Foundation, London (2019), live performance; Gush, Somerset House, London (2018) solo show and live performance programme in collaboration with the London Contemporary Orchestra, touring to Towner Gallery, Eastbourne and Arsenic Theater, (Switzerland); Viruses Worth Spreading Arsenal Contemporary, New York (2017), live performance; Touch Sensitive, Guest Projects, London (2017), Installation & performance; 100 Problems Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin, (2016), a solo show and performance; Deja-Vu, Serpentine Gallery, London (2014), live performance in collaboration with Holly Blakey, Sam Reviere and Mica Levi; Just Relaxx, Barbican Create Programme, London (2013), live video and performance installation.