Renèe Helèna Browne

'Daddy's Boy', 2020, film still. Courtesy the artist

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Renèe Helèna Browne attends to the biopolitical power of deviant bodies as alternative strategies for being in the world. They connect bodily experiences of transgression and assimilation with fandom through storytelling. Most recently, this work focuses on Browne's own rural masculine subjectivity refracted and entangled with considerations of the legacy of the T-Rex.  


Browne (b. Ireland, 1992; lives in Glasgow) makes essay films, vocal soundscapes, and angsty drawings. They are 2020 Research Associate with Centre of Contemporary Art Derry, were Graduate Resident at Hospitalfield, selected for Platform 2018, the emerging artist commission at Edinburgh Art Festival, and are a recent graduate of the Master of Fine Art programme at the Glasgow School of Art. They are supported by the Arts Council Visual Art Bursary for 2020 and have been awarded a Project Arts Centre Future Forecast: HAVEN Commission to produce new work in 2021. Browne has upcoming solo exhibitions at Lunchtime, Glasgow and Intermedia, CCA Glasgow (both 2021)


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