Water Studies, Brattleboro

March 15 - May 4, 2014

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Bordered by the Connecticut River and bisected by the vigorous energies of the Whetstone Brook, Brattleboro’s topography is defined by waterways. An audio-visual installation by Jennifer Stock, Water Studies, Brattleboro projects abstracted visions revealed via reflections in the town’s water, complemented by processed ambient field recordings. From river to creeks to pools of rainwater, Brattleboro’s waterways offer altered constructions of locality, loosened and modulated by motion and the reflection of light. Water Studies, Brattleboro offers an abstract anatomy of the town, a literal and metaphoric reflection on the small details that create a sense of place.

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