North Americas most unique performance company... http://www.flamchen.com
This blog is mostly original work, behind the scenes and culls that don't make it on our official site.
RIP Paolo Soleri
We were honored enough to know you and you gave us ultimate permission when we stepped foot on site. You inspired us to create and keep creating!
Much love Maestro!
photos: Doug Angleton, Sue Tiss, Steve Miller
Radio Edit of ‘Lollipop Opera’ from Public Image Ltd One Drop EP. 4 track EP released Record Store Day, April 21st 2012. First new release in 20 years!
This is an edit, full version available on the EP.
Stereoscopic and Pano
Via Soleri Bridge in Scottsdale, AZ
Spider show at Moctober 2013
Spring Equinox Ceremony At Via Soleri
photos Karel Moonen
Planet Cosanti—-Paolo Soleri’s 60’s work
Went out hunting for the Comet Pan Starrss (with phallic saguaro cactus) the other evening with a good friend and photographer-Karel Moonen. Improvisational light painting session post Pan Starrss breaching the horizon.
Kokapi wrangling on the mesa
The mysterious Shadowalkers are part stealth weaponry-part sculptural deference. Their movements cannot be calculated nor expected. They are near silent even with brisk movements. They can take refuge in the smallest of space or the ability to increase in size to fill a space exponentially bigger then themselves. The Shadowalkers travel in small herds of 3-5 and their colors vary from black to white to red-their height varies from 8 ft to 12 feet.
photos: Larry Hanelin
The Arbox, like the Kokapi, are part of the Equidae family of creatures. Their horns are composed of exfoliating bone and their demeanor if generally playful-they enjoy being ridden and are about 20 hands tall of larger. Their herd size ranges from 3-9 and they are very social.
Also known as the Dreameaters-the Kokapi are unique in their electro-luminescent glow which activates with the sunset each evening. They are a rare breed in the Equidae family because they are generally nocturnal. Kokapi can grow as tall as 12 feet tall and when on their hind legs can reach-if only for a few seconds to a height of nearly 20 ft. They travel in small packs of 2-7 and are specifically located in the Sonoran Desert region of the U.S. The herd has a dedicated docent and is often accompanied by their Shepard.