Victoria Rowena Browne

Victoria Browne’s artistic practice draws on methods of post-production and formalism in painting to explore post-digital print processes. In her role as Associate Professor of Print and Publishing, she is researching a hybrid process of CNC routing reduction to 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 recontexualisation.

Her artists’ books and prints are held in international collections. After ten years representing European-based artists’ publications as KALEID editions. Browne established an academic framework to foster publishing as an artistic practice at Kunsthøgskolen i Oslo.

Her research is supported by KUF funding and published on KhiOs database

Training Nature. Transforming Reduction into Multi-Plate Relief Prints
Studio research:

KALEID 2017 Artists' Publishing Exhibition
KALEID 2017 Oslo. Artists' Publishing Archive
KALEID 2017 Oslo. Artists' Publishing Seminar, Exhibition, Publishing Fair and Archive. KUF Report

KALEID 2016. Artists' Book Seminar
KALEID 2016 Oslo. Artists' Book Exhibition and Seminar. Artistic Research and Development. KUF-Report
KALEID 2016 Oslo. Artists' Books Exhibition