Hannah Perry, Out of Memory, 2015
Hannah Perry was born 1984 in Cheshire, UK. She lives and works in London, UK. Perry is a British artist working in installation, print and video. She graduated from Goldsmiths College in 2009 and then Royal Academy of Arts 2014. Perry develops a sprawling network of references, drawing inspiration from personal experience, the testimony of others and the accelerated nature of our hypertechnological times. She explores the ways in which communication and recording technologies have become the prerequisites of selfhood, highlighting the psychological impact of our daily digital filtering. Dwelling into complexities of our inner worlds, as well as everyday physical and mental endurance, her work maps collective sociocultural parameters (gender, social class, pop culture) from a personal and diaristic tone.
Hannah Perry: We Need to Talk about Mental Health, Charlotte Jansen, Elephant Magazine, 4 October 2018: https://elephant.art/hannah-perry-need-talk-mental-health/
Hannah Perry: Paying tribute to an absent friend, Jose da Silva, The Art Newspaper, 5 October 2018: https://www.theartnewspaper.com/interview/hannah-perry-paying-tribute-to-an-absent-friend
GUSH, Hannah Perry, Towner Gallery, November 2019 – January 2019: https://www.townereastbourne.org.uk/exhibition/hannah-perry-gush/
In Focus: Hannah Perry, Sam Thorne, Frieze, 13 April 2013: https://frieze.com/article/focus-hannah-perry