top of page

Brie Trenerry has worked primarily with video and multi-media  for the past 20 years and has exhibited extensively both in Australia and internationally.

She co-founded Moonlight Cinema Adelaide and Kings ARI in Melbourne and is the curator of the video space at MARS Gallery, Melbourne.


Trenerry is currently completing her PhD which explores altered states of consciousness and collaboration as generative strategies for an expanded cinema.


Recent projects include a curatorial role in Speculative Horizons: a Photography based Kuwait Australia exchange with Dr Kristian Haggblom & Dr Saad Alsharrah |

a collaboration at Cement Fondu with Min Wong in Lone Wolf in Soul Seeker 2022 | R3Vision co-curated with Hiball, Melbourne Fashion Week 2021 |

You Say Phonetic I say Fanatic KdMoFa (Kuandu Museum of Fine Art) a collaboration with Kieran Boland undertaken during a residency in Taiwan, also exhibited at

MARS Gallery in Melbourne 2019-2020 | Moving Pictures at Latrobe regional gallery curated by David O’Halloran 2020 | Art + Film:

Beautiful and Deathly Nature New World Gothic MCA Sydney, curated by Erin Coates 2017 | Sublime, Internal, Subliminal: emerging and established Australian video art,

Ne Me Arts Centre Limassol Cyprus curated by Shaun Wilson 2017 | Very Unco Torrance Museum Torrance Los Angeles curated by Ian Haig 2017 | Total Field

a solo exhibition at the Australian Experimental Art Foundation (AEAF) Adelaide 2015.


Brie has been the recipient of residencies at the Australian Experimental Art Foundation in Adelaide 2015,

co recipient with Kieran Boland  the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens (AAIA) Contemporary Creative Residency via the University of Sydney 2018

and KdMoFA (Kuandu Museum of Fine Art), TNUA (Taiwan National University of the Arts, RMIT:ART:INTERSECT 2019.

Brie Trenerry is represented by MARS gallery Melbourne.


I acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia, and their continuing connection to culture, community

and custodianship of land, sea and sky. I pay my respects to Elders past, present and future.

bottom of page