Sarah Browne is an artist based in Ireland concerned with non-verbal, bodily experiences of knowledge, labour and justice. This practice involves sculpture, writing, film, performance and public collaborative projects.
Recent solo exhibitions include Report to an Academy, Marabouparken, Stockholm (2017), Hand to Mouth at CCA Derry~Londonderry & Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane, and The Invisible Limb, basis, Frankfurt (both 2014). Selected group exhibitions include On the Subject of the Ready-made Daimler Contemporary, Berlin (2017); All Men Become Sisters, Muzeum Sztuki, Lodz (2015); The Peacock, Grazer Kunstverein and One Foot in the Real World, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin (both 2013). In 2016 with Jesse Jones she made In the Shadow of the State, a transnational collaborative co-commission for Artangel and Create. This work investigated how female bodies are subjected to the 'touch' of the law, and involved close collaboration with women in the fields of law, music, material culture and midwifery. In 2009 Sarah Browne co-represented Ireland at the 53rd Venice Biennale with Gareth Kennedy and Kennedy Browne, their shared collaborative practice.
Browne is currently artist in residence with University College Dublin College of Social Sciences and Law.