Canadian, b. 1982 in Montreal, based in Toronto.
Dan Browne is a filmmaker, photographer and multimedia artist whose works explore patterns, nature through dense and kinetic forms. Traversing the intersections between cinema, installation, music, photography, painting and poetry, Dan’s films and videos have been presented at over one hundred festivals and venues, including the International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Centre Georges Pompidou and MUTEK (electronic music and digital arts festival). Dan has also performed live in collaboration with musicians and has produced installations for public commissions in Toronto and Vancouver. 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.
Nude descending (after Duchamp), 2013
memento mori, 2012
B Movie, 2005
Painting No. 2, 2004
Main illustration : Dan Browne, Nude Descending (After Duchamp), 2013 / video / color / sil. / 2'07. Courtesy Light Cone