Bryony Quinn is a writer, editor and lecturer.
Her research and writing focuses on figurative and spatial obliquity. She has presented her essays at the Turner Contemporary, Frieze Art Fair and the Royal College of Art.
She has worked with and for various art, literary and design institutions including Fitzcarraldo Editions, Cabinet Magazine, Artangel, Barbican Gallery, Liverpool Biennial, Studio Frith and It’s Nice That.
She is module leader of Contextual Studies for BA Graphic Design at the University of East London and lecturer on MA Graphic Media Design at London College of Communication. Previously, she has lectured at Manchester School of Art, Norwich University of the Arts and Kingston University.
Quinn graduated from BA Illustration at Camberwell College of Arts and holds a MA in Critical Writing in Art and Design from the Royal College of Art, where was a recipient of the annual Critical Writing prize, editor of the RCA journal Arc, and co-organiser of a conference on the life and work of John Berger.