M D Brown

Between 2000-2004 M D Brown made three short films inspired by the stream of consciousness technique of modernist European writers including James Joyce and Samuel Beckett. Each film featured the voice of a lone male, ruminating on late night memories of murky events and personal relationships whose character has been shaped by the passage of time. Using a visual technique of fleeting images interrupted by black, Brown sought to evoke the nature of memory as a subjective series of affective images flickering across the mind's eye.

Brown's films were predominantly shown in New Zealand at artist run venues and the New Zealand Fringe Festival. Falling Out was selected in competition for the International Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen (Germany) in 2004

M D Brown is currently based in Wellington, where he works predominantly as a music researcher, writer and curator.