13 April-May 2008 (Wednesday through Saturday from 12-4pm)

The Hammond Museum

28 Deveau Rd, North Salem, NY 10560

 "See how water strikes the mountain and pierces the rocks; nothing is stronger."

--Mustard Seed Garden Manual of Painting

The power of water, with its penetrating as well as its yielding aspects, is central to the vision of riverrun. We walk into the river, water parts before us; yet the rivers are formed by the water's gouging and reshaping of the landscape. This vision is the genesis of Susan Haire's and Stephen Dydo's collaboration. Through the pairing of the sonic and the visual, they tell us of their awe of the many-faceted power of the river.

riverrun: partial, 2008, hanging scrolls, acrylic on paper