Productive Perambulators Michelle Browne discusses some of the initial outcomes of ‘Walking (with a buggy) in the City: A Research Project in the Public Realm’ published in Visual Artists News Sheet, March/April 2013
A Mother World. ‘Motherhood & Creative Practice’ Review of Motherhood and Creative Pracitce Conference held at South Bank University, London 1 – 2 JUNE 2015. Published in Visual Artists News Sheet September?October 2015
TULCA 2010 - Living on the Edge: People, Place and Possibility A review of TULCA 2010 curated by Michelle Browne.
Risk: A Response - Wirtten by Donald Mahoney A review of the work Risk present as part of Risk Lab at the Science Gallery in 2013 and Quantified Self at the LAB in 2011.
In Search of Uptopia A review by MIchele Horrigan of the exhibition In Search of Utopia curated by Maeve Mulrennan featuring A Life on the Ocean Wave by Michelle Browne.These Immovable Walls: Performing Power at Dublin Castle Programme that accompanied the exhibition with introduction by Michelle Browne. From Context to exhibition is a text written by Michelle Browne for the exhibition From Context to Exhibition showcasing the work of student artists who have undertaking the Learning Development Programme on collaborative practice run by Create, the national development agency for collaborative arts.
Even in Sweden- Jason Oakley Salutes The Mothership Project A 2013 article about The Mothership a network of Irish parenting visual artists and arts workers.Quantified Self Catalogue that accompanied the exhibition Quantified Self featuring Risk by Michelle Browne with an essay by Rachel O’Dwyer. Labour Catalogue that accompanied the exhibition Labour which featuring eleven Irish women performance artists with introductory texts by Sheena Barrett, Amanda Coogan, Chrissie Cadman and Helena Walsh. Brutal Silences A a href="https://www.thisisliveart.co.uk/" target="_blank">Live Art Development Agency Study Room Guide on Live Art in Ireland written by Ann Maria Healy and Helena Walsh, including an indepth analysis of Rite of Passage by Michelle Browne. 18 happenings in 6 parts, Deitch Studio, New York, 5 – 11 November 2007 a review of the restaging of this icon work by Alan Kaprow written by Michelle Browne. More Links coming soon.