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Kerry is best known for her installations and sculptures that infuse toy-like imagery with sinister and bathetic undertones. Her figures seem superficially contained but give off turbulent atmospheres of loneliness and dread through precise expressions that recall the work of Alex Katz.

 As part of 'Let's Get Married Today' at Grizedale Kerry staged ‘Mull of Kintyre’, a performance involving a gigantic crow conducting a ritual mating dance to the song Mull of Kintyre, performed by Roger Orwin. Review in 2019 Frieze 200 edition

Solo shows at CCA, Glasgow, Royal Festival Hall, London Tate Liverpool Project Space, Marion Boeski Gallery, New York, Barbara Thumm Gallery, Berlin, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, DA2, Salamanca , Spain, Beaconsfield, London. 

 Group shows at Hayward Gallery, ICA, Camden Art Centre, City Racing, The Approach Gallery, Saatchi Gallery in London , Scottish Museum of Modern Art, Edinburgh, National Galerie, Berlin, British School at Rome, MCA , Chicago, MoMA, Sydney. 

 I have been involved with Grizedale Arts in projects and shows in Tokyo, Grizedale and PS1 New York.

I have taken part in both New Contemporaries and the British Art Show. 

My performance work has been shown at Tate Britain, Beaconsfield and Frieze in London, Grizedale in the Lake District  and Ikebokuro, Tokyo.

 MA in Contemporary Art Theory at Goldsmiths in 2017




2007-present University of Westminster, Senior Lecturer


2003-2006 Goldsmiths College, Visiting Tutor


1995-6 Hull Art College/ Yorkshire Sculpture Park , Research Fellow


Public art commission in Paisley, Scotland in 2020 with Rachel Lowther

Residency in Kunstland, Norway 2020


For details of all my research outputs, visit my WestminsterResearch profile.