Born in 1988 in Brighton, artist, film-maker and poet, lives in Hove, East Sussex. His work examines the nonlinear nature of time, aesthetic beauty, psychology, ontology and memory. Often avant-garde and experimental in its approach but unlimited in its expression. Brown covers video, film, photography, poetry, performance and installation. In 2018, Brown was invited to the MACRO Museum of Contemporary Art in Rome, to showcase his work. ‘Body’ was nominated for an art prize in Cologne and licensed to the MACRO Museum. Founder of Browzan Ltd, a London based production company – a close collaborator with Saatchi & Saatchi et al. He often works under the moniker: Browzan. To hear him reading from Quest for Ions click here. To buy a copy of at a reduced price click here.
A promotional film for “Quest for Ions” : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t5soYjrMWl8
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from “Preface by Christopher Brown“.
Thus from the very beginning he sets out how we must see this collection. Ten years in the making the book explores what it means to be an artist. Often, he enjoys yoking together opposites in a phrase
“The peace that never/Stays./Conflicted, in harmony/My bones are kind.” from Hometown Visitation.
“But let us preserve the unknown,/The fabric of a complex anomaly” from “The Spirit“
He extols ancestry: “Even if a strong wind hits you, though it may throw/you down, break you, if you have strong roots/- and your family roots are the strongest -/perhaps there is no wind that can take you/away from where you are.” From “Radici”
A highly recommended read.