Sondra Perry makes videos and performances that foreground the tools of digital production as a way to critically reflect on new technologies of representation and to remobilize their potential. Perry has had multiple solo exhibitions, including at THE KITCHEN, for the installation "Resident Evil”, and in 2015, the artist's work appeared in the fourth iteration of the Greater New York exhibition at MoMA/PS1. In 2017 Sondra was awarded the Gwendolyn Knight and Jacob Lawrence Prize for a solo show at the Seattle Art Museum. Perry holds an MFA from Columbia University and a BFA from Alfred University. She lives and works in her hometown of Perth Amboy, New Jersey.
Photo. Lineage Multiple Monitor Workstation 3. Courtesy of the artist.