Christopher Brown (Browzan)
Christopher Brown (*1988 in Brighton, UK, lives in Hove, East Sussex) examines the non-linear nature of time, aesthetic beauty, psychology, ontology and memory. His work is often avant-garde & experimental in its approach but unlimited in its expression.
Brown’s artist practise covers video, film, photography, poetry, performance and installation. His films are characterised by a strong visual signature, atmospheric soundscapes, mixed-media and a playful approach to form.
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.
He is the founder of Browzan Ltd, a London based production company - a close collaborator with Saatchi & Saatchi et al. He often works under the moniker: Browzan
In 2021, Brown released his first poetry collection: ‘Quest for Ions’ which has been featured in The Yorkshire Times and available to order on Amazon and at Waterstones.