The latest exhibit at the Brandywine River Museum of Art in Chadds Ford is enthralling visitors with beautiful vistas of the Brandywine River, writes Jane Holahan for Lancaster Online.
“Dylan Gauthier: highwatermarks” is the result of the Brooklyn artist’s year-long residency with the museum that focused on the activities of the Brandywine Conservancy.
Throughout the year, Gauthier filmed a number of points along the Brandywine River, through all four seasons. To accomplish this, he crafted a small wooden boat to do most of his filming.
Gauthier’s finished work is now on display in a third-floor gallery, which includes a video installation and an original sound composition.
The walls of the gallery act as screens for the 70-minute film, with each wall showing a different perspective. This allows visitors to sit on one of the benches in the middle of the gallery and immerse themselves in the experience.
The exhibit will run until Jan. 7.
Read more about Dylan Gauthier’s exhibit at Lancaster Online here.