Bryonie Reid the disappeared detail image
Bryonie Reid

Bryonie Reid is a researcher, writer and artist whose practice explores relationships between place, identity and belonging. She works independently and with her sisters in quarto ( quarto provides services in the fields of heritage, culture and the arts including the design and delivery of community engagement programmes, training in heritage practice, oral history work, curation, writing for exhibition and publication and development of learning resources.

Bryonie Reid photograph of smoky room

Bryonie received a grant from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland last year to make new work titled ‘Their Truths’, drawing on a family archive and considering the complex interactions of national and personal histories. This year Bryonie will publish in The Irish Review ‘Trying Identities’, a paper reflecting on the tenuous ‘both/and’ identities of Erskine Childers and Roger Casement in the revolutionary period in Ireland.