Tim Murray-Browne

Tim Murray-Browne plays with sound, light and movement in his interactive installations and “explores how our ideas and identity relate to our lived experience.” One of his most recent pieces of work, Post-Truth and Beauty, is one of these sensory experiences that aims to look at the ungraspable nature of ‘truth’, by presenting partial glimpses into abstract worlds of light and sound.

Being an Art and Psychology student, I enjoy the psychological aspect of these pieces – finding the limits of what we know as truth, in order to break them within a singular interactive installation. I feel that I would want to experience the pieces that he creates, to determine whether I would also be able to create my own artwork, within the installation. The way in which the piece is recorded to work is also very encapsulating – in pieces, but together, as though it is part of something more, such as the piece itself.

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