In Palmerston Blvd. Dan Browne invites the audience into the intimate space of his living room in this portrait of a bay window recorded over the course of a year. Gradual shifts in the interior and exterior environments mark the passing of the seasons, a slow dance of objects and light juxtaposed by the rapid speeds of bodies and the urban landscape, revealing the processes inherent in all things.
Dan Browne is a filmmaker and multimedia artist whose works explore patterns, nature and sensory perception. His films and videos have been presented at over 100 festivals and venues internationally, and have received multiple awards. Browne’s practices includes live performances in collaboration with musicians and publicly commissioned media installations in Toronto and Vancouver. Browne has collaborated with Peter Mettler, Michael Snow, Carl Brown and R. Bruce Elder, as well as members of the Loop Collective. He lives and works in Toronto, Canada.
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