"Studienraum Jörg Schlick" Hannah Perry Solo Exhibition
City: Graz
Curator: Jürgen Dehm
Duration: 2018-06-30 ~ 2018-08-26
Opening: 29 06 2018 6 p.m.
Venue: Künstlerhaus Halle für Kunst & Medien
Address: Burgring 2, 8010 Graz


30.06.2018,12 noon Talk Hannah Perry & Jürgen Dehm

19.07.2018,6p.m.Lecture Paul Feigelfeld,Media Theorist,TBA21-Academy,London

09.08.2018,6p.m.Lecture Andrea Schmidbauer,Director(Arnold Schwarzenegger Museum,Thal)

In her first institutional solo exhibition “Rage Fluids,” the British artist Hannah Perry deals with the treatment of coming to terms with pain and loss, but also with eupho-ria and ecstasy against the background of the current forms of communication as well as the traditional view of gender roles. Perry belongs to a generation of young artists whose socialization into technological developments and digital media is reflected in their artistic practice. Her work arises from the fragments of her experiences of immediate events, recorded by her iPhone camera or in quickly typed texts. The artist uses these recordings as raw material to process them further, combined with her own thoughts and sentiments, within the area of tension between rage and desire, between one’s own needs and conventions that are considered outdated.

Hannah Perry (*1984 Chester) lives and works in London. She studied in London at Goldsmiths College (BA 2009) and at the Royal Academy Schools (graduated in 2014). Solo exhibitions i.a.: “Viruses Worth Spreading,” Arsenal Contemporary, New York (2017); “100 Problems,” CFA, Berlin (2016); “Mercury Retrograde,” Seventeen, London (2015); “You’re gonna be great,” Jeanine Hofland, Amsterdam (2015); “Hannah Perry,” Zabludowicz Collection, London (2012). Group exhibitions i.a.: “I feel we think bad,” Arsenal Contemporary, Montreal (2016); “Private Settings: Art After the Internet,” MOMA Warsaw (2014); “New Order II,” Saatchi Gallery, London (2014); “Stedelijk at Trouw: Contemporary Art Club – DATA,” Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam (2013). Performances i.a. at the Serpentine Gallery, London (2014); Barbican Gallery, London (2013); V22, London (2012).

curated by Jürgen Dehm


[Editor] 张艳