A Minshar graduate. Had a solo exhibition in Maya Gallery and participated in group exhibitions at Raw Art Gallery, Alfred Cooperative Institute for Art & Culture and the Zoom project at the Museum of Natural History. She is the recipient of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation award. Perry’s artistic practice stems from a sensitivity to the psychology of trauma and PTSD. Her aim is to translate her personal traumas into universal experiences and encourage the viewer to examine themselves from a non-judgmental, sensitive and animalistic perspective. By emphasizing the manner in which moments of intimacy and vulnerability cross with memories of violence and manipulation, she explores how embedded trauma influences us as individuals and as a society. Her main focus is drawing, experimental animation and installation. Perry works freely or based on references such as personal photographs, pornography, YouTube videos and images of animals.