Victoria Rowena Browne

Victoria Browne graduated from Bower Ashton, University of the West of England in 2005. She has also studied in École supérieure des beaux-arts de Marseille and Kunsthøgskolen i Bergen.

Browne's art practice draws on methods of post-production and self-publishing to explore post-digital print processes. She is currently researching the intersection between hand carved reduction and CNC routed 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 of recontexualisation.

Brownes artists’ books are held in international collections and after ten years representing European-based artists’ publishing as KALEID editions she recently established an academic framework to foster publishing as artistic practice at KhiO.

Studio research: https://www.instagram.com/victoriabrowne_/
Publishing research: http://www.kaleideditions.com/
Website: http://victoriabrowne.com/

CV - Victoria Browne

Research results

  • Wo(rk)manship of Risk (2020).
    Art exhibition. More
  • The Graphic Matrix as a Trace Carrier (2020).
    Academic lecture. More
  • Multi-plate relief block hand-printing processes in European manufacturing of wallcoverings (2020).
    Lecture. More
  • Training Nature: Multi-plate relief block hand-printing processes in European manufacturing of wallcoverings (2020).
    Visual Arts. More
  • #GOSH remixes (mimeograph print media) (2018).
    Other presentation. More
  • KALEID editions (Instagram) (2018).
    Website (informational material). More
  • #GOSH remixes (risograph print media) (2018).
    Museum exhibition. More
  • Print & Drawing Reading Group (Tumblr) (2018).
    Website (informational material). More
  • #GOSH Remix 4.1 (multi-block print media) (2018).
    Art exhibition. More
  • Love, labour is our oxytocin (prints) (2018).
    Art exhibition. More