Gulf was shot on the north shore of Cuba, looking towards the Gulf of Mexico, just months before a massive dead zone was created by the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, which leaked 4.9 million barrels of oil between April 20-July 15, 2010. 

Wave patterns fill the frame, pulling apart the film strip itself.

Dan Browne

Dan Browne is a filmmaker, photographer and multimedia artist whose works explore patterns and nature through dense and kinetic forms. His films and videos have been presented at over one hundred festivals and venues, and have received several awards.


Palmerston Blvd (2017), Generation (2017), Taylor Creek (2017), ROYGBIV (2017), Island (2017), Concrescence (2017), Reflections I (2016), Reflections II (2016), Passage (2016), Seasons: Fall (2016), Field (2016), Gulf (2016), Flightfilm (2016), Parhelion (2016), Christian’s Curtains (2015), Poem (2015), Alberta (2014), Tapestry (2013), Nude Descending (After Duchamp) (2013), Pastoral (2013), memento mori (2012), Numbers (2011), Routes (2011), Hand-processing (2010), Recomposition (2008), Quanta (2008), Midway (2008), On Sundays (2007), Waterfilm (2007), Festival of Light (2007)