Bryonie Reid

Bryonie Reid is a writer and artist with an interest how people shape and are shaped by place, particularly in the complex context of colonisation and conflict. Bryonie’s writing and artwork has appeared in academic journals and books and artists’ publications. Recent publications include ‘Trying Identities’ in The Irish Review (2017), and ‘Sea-change’ and ‘Little Boxes’ in The Typescript (2021 and 2023). She has a chapter, ‘Meeting Place’ in The Routledge Handbook of the Northern Ireland Conflict and Peace (edited by Laura McAtackney and Máirtín Ó Catháin, 2023). Bryonie works independently, and with her sister Gemma in quarto collective. Bryonie and Gemma do process-focused and participant-led work with community groups and organisations. They listen, observe, reflect and creatively engage with people on identity, place and the past. Recent projects include Our Places, Our Pasts, Our Perspectives with Corrymeela, AGREEMENT with artist Amanda Dunsmore and Ulster University, and extraORDINARYwomen with the Linen Hall Library.