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Hani Hourani

- Sarah Browne

- Gareth Kennedy

Ireland  

www.sarahbrowne.info

www.gkennedy.info

 

 
 
 

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. Select recent exhibitions by Kennedy Browne include: From Freedom to Independence, 4th Lodz Biennale, Poland; Kennedy Browne, solo show at the Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris, France; IrelandVenice at the Golden Thread Belfast, 167 at NCAD Gallery, Dublin (all 2010); Blue Collar Blues at the Kunstihoone Tallinn, Estonia; Ireland at the 53rd Venice Biennale (2009); Mediations II Biennial, Museum of Modern Art, Poznan, Poland (2008).

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