Circular Clearing is new work for natural bore flutes and drum composed and performed by Dylan Bolles in residence at Chalk Hill. It finds its inspiration in the rhythms and textures of Brooks Creek, the Russian River, local wildlife and the contours of the land itself, and borrows formal ideas from Korean San-jo music. Additional projects can be found at Bottomless Well Arts.
Binta was a resident at Chalk Hill from January 16–25th, 2015.
From Chalk Hill alumni Frank Ryan:
“Sometimes I want a painting to be finished, but it just isn’t resolved.
This can happen for any number of reasons:
- a blind spot develops in perception
- willingness to settle for a less than desired outcome
- laziness and creative block
- feeling rushed by pressing deadlines”
Read more at Frank Ryan’s blog…
Dylan Bolles makes performances with people and environments, many of which involve the design and construction of new musical instruments and the cultivation of co-creative relationships based in listening practice. His activities include a wide range of performance-based collaborations, time-based arts, installations, and sound compositions rooted in shared temporal experience. He’s a also founding member of thingamajigs.
Stasea Dohoney is a passionate collector, curator and artist working in the medium of oils, paper and repurposed artifacts. She’s recently transitioned from her career in retail to that of a full-time artist. Looking forward to seeing her residency work!