Victoria Browne draws on public special collections to appropriate material research, applying traditional and innovative print techniques in the development of site responsive installations.
Browne's printmaking combines an act of creative intention with mechanical precision and digital innovation. The outcome maintains a link with the past in order to intervene on the present and deliver an alternative visual language to a pre-dictated future.
As the Founder of KALEID editions her practice extends to artists’ books in addition to curating and representing European based artists. She is a visiting lecturer in the UK and Norway, and facilitates printmaking and digital media workshops in London. Browne’s work is held in public collections at the Tate, V&A Museum, The National Art Library, Bristol City Museum and Bergen Council. In 2013 she was nominated by Gill Saunders, Senior Curator of Prints at the V&A Museum and shortlisted for The Arts Foundation Printmaking Fellowship.
03.01.2012 - 27.01.2012