Victoria Rowena Browne
Victoria Browne’s artistic practice draws on methods of post-production and formalism in painting to explore post-digital print processes. In her role as Associate Professor of Print and Publishing, she is researching a hybrid process of CNC routing reduction to multi-plate printmaking.
The culture of use has previously relied on print’s imitating properties to reproduce, repeat and multiply the original as copy material. Today in an era of post-production, Browne's artistic research attempts to re-interpret this definition, to master the qualities innate in print as a medium of creative expression and recontexualisation.
Her artists’ books and prints are held in international collections. After ten years representing European-based artists’ publications as KALEID editions Browne established an academic framework to foster publishing as an artistic practice at Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo.
Her research is supported by KUF funding and published on KhiOs database
Victoria Browne draws on the language of printmaking by appropriating material research to explore post-digital print processes. As the Associate Professor of Printmaking and Drawing at the Kunsthøgskolen I Oslo, she is currently researching reduction to multi-plate printmaking.