Based in London, Anna Perach (b. 1985, USSR) is a Ukrainian born Israeli artist who holds an MFA with Distinction from Goldsmiths, University of London (2020). Perach’s artistic practice explores the dynamic between personal and cultural myths, finding the specific interest in how our private narratives are deeply rooted in ancient folklore and storytelling. She creates sculptural hybrids starting from female archetypes, in order to examine ideas of identity, gender and craft. Her main mediums are performance and wearable sculptures realised with a technique called tufting, which consists in making hand-made carpet textile. Through this medium, Perach examines how elements associated with the domestic sphere such as textiles and carpet operate as an extension of the self and reflect one's heritage and gender role. Recent solo and duo exhibitions include those at Cooke Latham, London (with Anousha Payne) (2021); Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, Israel (2021); and ADA Projects, Rome (2021). Selected group exhibitions include: Served, Sarabande Foundation, London (2021); Staying with the Trouble, l’étrangère, London (2021); The Sun and the Moon, Vitrine, Basel (2021); Touch Me Not, The Ryder Projects, Madrid (2021); London Grads Now, Saatchi Gallery, London (2020); Tomorrow: London, White Cube, London (2020); In Stitches, Larsen Warner, Stockholm (2020); Storia Notturna, Centrale Feis, Trento, Italy (2020); Mostyn Open, Mostyn, Llandudno, Wales (2019); The Mother Art Prize 2019, Mimosa House, London (2019); and Textus Ex Machina, aqb Project Space, Budapest (2019). Perach is represented by ADA Projects, Rome.