Kerry Baldry is an artist working in a range of media. She graduated from Middlesex University with B.A. Hons in Fine Art and went onto study a post graduate Dipolma at Central St. Martins.
Many of her ideas have leant themselves towards the medium of film and video. Films which have been shot on 16mm have used facilities such as superimposition and stop frame often edited in camera. Aspects of the human condition are recurrent themes in her work.
Baldry's films have been screened at various international film festivals and galleries, and BBC2’ s The Late Show. She has had screenings at the I.C.A., The Lux, The Rotterdam Film Festival to name a few places. Her film ‘Body' was shown continuously on large outdoor screens in 11 cities in Russia, part of OUTVIDEO video arts festival and some of her sculpture work is in the David Roberts Art Foundation collection.
Her work was recently screened during the Venice Biennale 2017 as part of group show Empire II and she had a solo show as part of Independents Biennial Liverpool 2018. For more information on current and forthcoming exhibitions visit www.kerrybaldry.blogspot.com.
Over the last couple of years she has also curated 'One Minute' (a total of 9 volumes) - touring programmes of artists moving image which have been screened widely in galleries and film festivals. An interview on the British Council websit is here: www.britishcouncil.org/arts/hull-city-culture-tour/one-minute-film