Initiated in 2005, Kennedy Browne is the collaborative practice of Gareth Kennedy (b.1979) and Sarah Browne (b. 1981). Kennedy Browne lives and works in Ireland.
Kennedy Browne’s practice concerns itself with ways of temporarily occupying particular architectural fragments and cultural texts. Often they create incongruous territories between ‘real’ and artificial, politics and kitsch. The actors in their projects are concerned with global economics and natural resources, and as a series, these obscure cultural artefacts begin to re-trace an alternative historical trajectory linked to contemporary concerns.
Recent and current exhibitions:
- How Capital Moves, solo show with Limerick City Gallery, Ireland (Mar 2011)
- 12th Cairo Biennial, Cairo, Egypt (December 2010 - February 2011)
- L'Exposition Lunatique, Kadist Foundation, Paris (Oct-Nov 2010)
- From Independence Square to Liberty Square, Lodz Biennial (September-Oct)
- Kennedy Browne, solo show at The Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris (June 2010)
- IrelandVenice, Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast, Northern Ireland (May 2010)
- 167, Kennedy Browne solo show at N.C.A.D. Galley, Dublin (April 2010)
- DORM - We are never at home, Model Gallery, Sligo
- Blue Collar Blues... at the Tallinn Kunstihoone, Estonia (Dec-Jan 2010)