Bryony Dunne (1984) is an Irish visual artist and filmmaker based between Wicklow and Athens.
Building on her background in documentary photography and visual anthropology, she explores the relations between humanity and nature, the arbitrariness of cultural representation, the legacies of colonialism, and the fantasies of human control.
Bryony Dunne has participated in multiple international festivals and exhibitions, including in BAHAR – Istanbul’s off site project of Sharjah Biennial 13, The Mosaic Rooms (London), Centre Pompidou (Paris), The Gypsum and Townhouse Gallery (Cairo), the Irish Film Institute (Dublin), HKW (Berlin) and DEPO (Istanbul).
Her most recent project, Above the Law, a film that draws parallels between human and non-human migration premiered at Cork International Film Festival.
In 2020 Bryony Dunne is a recipient of a Film Project Award from the Arts Council of Ireland to work on her first feature film entitled Pembe about the death of the last northern white male rhinoceros.