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Sleep Creek
by Dylan Hausthor & Paul Guilmoth
Anxiety and isolation suffuses one photograph after the next in Hausthor and Guilmoth’s work. They are wary of the past, wanting to show a place, “in its ghost or spirit form.” Primal elements are sanctified and repeated. Fire and ice and wisps of grey smoke are ritualized. A plethora of circles and black holes provoke wonderment of what lies beyond, while spider webs in the night catch and momentarily hold the effluvia down. Sleep Creek embeds itself in the people, animals, and land of New England in order to create a new and uneasy emotional landscape. Hausthor and Guilmoth’s photography is used to express an archaic language so that the conventions of traditional documentary are eschewed in favor of representation built out of the primitive symbols and rituals found in myth making.
— Charcoal Book Club members also recieve a print from both Dylan Hausthor and Paul Guilmoth.
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