Tim Brennan has exhibited internationally as an independent artist across 5 decades. His concerns lie in the area of art’s politicized relationship to place. He has published extensively with over 15 discreet publications.
Tim Brennan is Professor of Art, Head of Department Art & Performance, Manchester School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University.
Brennan studied Fine Art at The Slade School of Fine Art under Stuart Brisley, Susan Hiller and History at Ruskin College Oxford under Raphael Samuel and Hilda Kean. He is an independent contemporary artist whose practice is comprehensive including performance, writing, music, drawing, painting, sculpture, photographs, digital works, video and curating.
He is best known for being the first artist to consistently apply the use of walking in urban, rural and interior contexts.