Boise City AiR March-June, 2010
Earle is participating in the Boise City AiR program. The program jurors artists into studio space provided by local businesses working with the Boise City Arts and History Department. Earle's space is Renewal Undergorund in the basement of 517 S 8th St. He is using the space to work on a collaborative concept dealing with our perceptions of beauty. The work involves 4 large sculptures created by Swope from steam bent oak covered with Japanese washi paper, projected on 4 washi screens between the sculpures is video of contemporary dancers juxtaposed with a belly dancer all costumed in the same paper covering the sculptures. The entire piece accompanied by a sole tenor singing in Italian set to an interpretive musical track.
The piece is being created in the space and is open to the public on 1st Thursday's in April, May and June.
The artists working with Earle on this project are:
Kelli Brown- contemporary dancer and choregrapher
Michal Jarolimek- vocalist
Jared Hallock- audio artist
Katie Ponozzo- contemporary dancer
Cecilia Rinn- belly dancer
Chad Rinn- filmmaker
Book Arts at Boise State University by Tom Trusky
The Bonefolder Volume 4, Number 1, Fall 2007
In the article professor Tom Trusky cites Earle Swope's book arts work concerning arborglyphs, references Dissolvo paper and includes 3 photos of "Behind Anderson's Camera."