The Myth of the Many in the One / Kadist Art Foundation

Presented by Kadist Art Foundation

Initiated in 2005, Kennedy Browne is the collaborative practice of Gareth Kennedy (b.1979) and Sarah Browne (b. 1981). Recent solo exhibitions include How Capital Moves, Limerick City Gallery of Art, Ireland (2011) and 167 at the Centre Culturel Irlandais, Paris, Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast and NCAD Gallery, Dublin (all 2010). Kennedy Browne has also been included in 12th Cairo Biennial, Egypt;L'Exposition Lunatique, Kadist Foundation, Paris; the Lodz Biennial, Poland and Blue Collar Blues at the Tallinn Kunstihoone, Estonia (all 2010). Throughout 2012, Kennedy Browne has work touring ten European cities as part of the United States of Europe exhibition and will present new work at the Bern Biennial, Switzerland. In 2009 they co-represented Ireland at the Venice Biennale, alongside their respective solo practices.

The North American premiere of Kennedy Browne's latest work, The Myth of the Many in the One which was shot in the summer of 2012 in California. This newly scripted work draws on the genre of the business biography, attempting to decode the myth of the visionary leader of technological progress and his place in our culture. Working on location with a child actor and a voice-over artist, Silicon Valley is a significant mental and emotional backdrop to this narrative. This project has been funded by The Arts Council, Ireland, with support from the Kadist Foundation

Date: October 3, 2012
Time: 6:00pm
Location: Kadist Art Foundation

Kadist Art Foundation

located in San Francisco, CA and Paris, France


Kadist Art Foundation participates in the development of society through contemporary art, collecting and producing the work of artists and conducting various programs to promote their role as cultural agents. Kadist's collections include works that reflects the global scope of contemporary art, and its programs develop an active exchange between Kadist's local contexts (Paris, San Francisco) and artists, curators, academics and art publishers worldwide.