Dan BROWNE / digital / 4min. / 2015
An ode to my daily environment, and the presences of two beings – one newly arrived, the other recently departed. Images cycle and combine into dream-like passages that reveal the infinite potentials of sight within the finitude of everyday objects. Adaptation of “Poem” (1957) by Michael Snow for “Variations” released on Graphical Recordings.
Dan BROWNE is a filmmaker, photographer and multimedia artist whose works explore patterns and nature through dense and kinetic forms. He has collaborated with several other notable Canadian filmmakers, including Peter Mettler, Michael Snow, Carl Brown and R. Bruce Elder. Dan is currently a PhD candidate in the York/Ryerson Communication and Culture program, where his research focuses on intersections between technology, art and embodiment. He lives and works in Toronto.