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Hannah Perry: Rage Fluids

Visual Art |
Gallery 3

The immersive installation Rage Fluids by London-based artist Hannah Perry presents a fluid version of reality. The massive, labyrinthine sound sculpture flows from solid to liquid as its surface pulsates, distorting the viewer’s reflection as subwoofers rumble with increasingly violent menace. The effect is physical and destabilizing, reaching a point just before the metal frame is torn apart by vibration before retreating to calm, stable silence. Experience unsteady feelings of an unpredictable environment that was in part inspired by the automobile industry and the cult surrounding it.

Hannah Perry: Rage Fluids will be on view in Gallery 3.

Hannah Perry: Rage Fluids is organized by Argeo Ascani, programmer of music and festivals, and Kaitlin Garcia-Maestas, acting curator of visual arts.

About the Artist

Hannah Perry’s works probe the interconnectedness of deep emotion and bodily experience. She graduated from Goldsmiths College in 2009 and then Royal Academy of Arts in 2014. Recent exhibitions include her solo show A Smashed Window and An Empty Room at the Kunstverein Hamburg. Perry has presented her work at Over the Influence, Los Angeles, California; Arsenal Contemporary Art Montreal, ICA Off-Site, London; Zabludowicz Collection, London; MOMA, Warsaw, Poland, Zabludowicz Collection, London; Royal Academy of Arts, London; and Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, among others.