Working on location with a child actor and a voice-over artist, a pre-Silicon Valley orchard provides a significant mental and emotional backdrop to this narrative.

The Myth of the Many in the One was funded by the Arts Council of Ireland with support from the Kadist Foundation, San Francisco. A book about the project is available, commissioned by the Steirischer Herbst Festival, Graz, Austria as part of the exhibition Liquid Assets curated by Luigi Fassi & Katerina Gregos. At Steirischer Herbst, the installation was accompanied by another commissioned project, The Wonder Years. The Myth of the Many in the One has also been presented at Bern Biennial (2012), Zero1 Biennial, San Jose (2012) and as a solo exhibition at Wilfried Lentz Gallery, Rotterdam. 

Producer: Lyniel Dao
Actor: Samuel Moore
Voiceover artist: Kristy Duncan
Director of Photography: Joel Pincosy
Editing: Kennedy Browne
Sound recording: Hart and Devon Perez, Dave Sandwich
Sound mix: Eric Katsuleres

The artists wish to thank Katerina Gregos, Luigi Fassi, Joseph del Pesco, Rick & Megan Prelinger, Lynn Hildeman, the Kadist Foundation, the Prelinger Library, the Internet Archive and Tachella Family Farms.

Exhibited at:

The Special Relationship, Kennedy Browne at Krannert Art Museum, Illinois, U.S.A., 2018

Silence. Darkness, Tallinn Kunsthoone, Estonia, 2016

The Myth of the Many and the One, screening with the Socialist Sunshine Cinema at Signal, Malmö, Sweden, 2015

The Myth of the Many and the One, Solo exhibition, Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, Ireland, 2014

Solving Ourselves as part of Golden Mountain, TULCA, Galway, 2013

Kennedy Browne at Wilfried Lentz Gallery, solo exhibition, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 2013

Liquid Assets, Steirische Herbst Festival, Graz, Austria, 2013
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