Somerset House in London will showcase new work by British artist and Somerset House Studios resident Hannah Perry this autumn in her first major UK solo exhibition since 2015.
The exhibition will feature large-scale dynamic sculpture, sound and film, in a candid and personal exploration of mental and emotional health.
Central to the exhibition is an immersive film, created using a custom rigged 360° camera built by Perry, that surrounds viewers with the contorted, continuously shifting movement of bodies.
The installation marks the first time Perry has chosen to address the recent suicide of her best friend and artistic collaborator, Pete Morrow.
The GUSH exhibition runs between October 3 and November 4.