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Renèe Helèna Browne (Ireland) is an artist based between Glasgow and Donegal. Browne makes vocal soundscapes, essay films and angsty drawings, focusing on schisms and transitions between language and the body. They are currently Research Associate with Centre of Contemporary Art Derry for 2020 and was Graduate Resident at Hospitalfield (Scotland) in 2019. They were selected for Platform, the emerging artist commission for the 2018 Edinburgh Art Festival and are a recent graduate of the Master of Fine Art programme at the Glasgow School of Art. They have upcoming solo exhibitions at Lunchtime, Glasgow (2020) and Intermedia, CCA Glasgow (2021). Browne is supported by the Arts Council of Ireland.


Daddy’s Boy (2020), Sacred Disease (2019), Sacred Disease: Epilogue (2019), R69-32 (2016)