Through a combination of moving image, photography, sound, publication and text, Chloe Brenan’s practice explores the porosity of the body and its indivisibility from its environment. She is interested in how forces are registered and measured – both experientially and materially - in human and non-human bodies, exploring the possibilities of alternative and expanded modes of sense making and attunement.  Informed by feminist and new materialist epistemologies, her work often explores language and its failings and involves close and careful examinations of the poetic haptics of daily life and processes on the edge of perception that call into question boundaries between bodies, environments, intimate spaces and wider structures of power.
Photo Credit: Casey Walshe
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