R69-32 has been selected for WomenCinemakers Independent Filmmakers 2017. Browne will feature in the WomenCinemakers Magazine in an interview on the production of R69-32.

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R69-32 is narrated from the perspective of a white relief painting of the same name (1969) by Dutch artist Jan Schoonhoven. R69-32 reflects on her own objectification and art market value as a coveted object within a capitalist patriarchal society. Based on true events and partly shot on location at the Museum Van Bommel Van Dam, both visuals and narrative traverse the experiences of the painting following a recent abduction and modification.

 

2016

HD voiceover video, colour with sound.

Duration: 7 minutes

Written, shot and edited by Renèe Helèna Browne

Voice over by Sarah Walsh

 

Please email reneehelena92@gmail.com to view R69-32 online

 

R69-32 was produced on residency at Hotel Maria Kapel, N.E and exhibited in 'Fools' Bells Fall', a culminating group exhibition at the gallery. More information on the exhibition here.

 

Supported by The Arts Council / An Comhairle Ealaíon.

Special thanks to The Museum Van Bommel Van Dam, The Netherlands and Kerry Guinan.