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Jean Noël Rebilly & Andrew Chalk // Tsilla CD

Jean Noël Rebilly & Andrew Chalk // Tsilla CD

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Two ambient writers Jean Noël Rebilly from France and Andrew Chalk from the UK will launch in April 2 on the French experimental label.This is a co-produced CD released from An'archives with a limited edition of 300 copies.

Contains 7 songs from ambient to ambient drone with clarinet and strings.It is a handmade gate fold specification.Below is an explanation by Jon Dale.

Jean Noël Rebilly and Andrew Chalk pay homage to the late French writer and sculptor Cécile Lance.Lance is best known as an interpreter and engraver for the surrealist Hans Bellmer, but also worked with Leonor Fini and briefly with Salvador Dali.Her most powerful and enduring work in Reims is her collaboration with her husband, writer-artist Fred Deux (her collaborative work was signed "cf deux"), or her Made by myself.In Lance's later works, such as the "L'Elan Vitale" suite and the "Histoires Naturelles" series, destroyed and vanished landscapes, swirling abstractions, sculptures trembling with an unknown radiance, and highly intricate etchings evoke a speed of intimacy and exultation. We see it alluding to and then opening into a painful void. Her Tsilla music is likewise a gentle weave of emotional complexity, carved with simple tools of craftsmanship.Like her lances, Rebilly and Chalk represent the transformation of the underlying material.For Lance, the natural order was "made more sinuous and wondrous by the circular flow of her chisel," Kate McCrickard once said. For Rebilly and Chalk, these seven pieces, placed under the shadow of a great artist, harbor their suppleness and draw out the eternal flow of tone.

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Edition of 300, comes in a mini handmade gatefold jacket

Jon Dale:

“On Tsilla, Jean-Noël Rebilly and Andrew Chalk pay homage to the late French writer and engraver Cécile Reims. While she may be best known as interpretative engraver for surrealist artist Hans Bellmer, and she also worked with Leonor Fini and briefly for Salvador Dali , Reims' most powerful and enduring works were made either in collaboration with her husband, the writer and artist Fred Deux (who signed their collaborative work “cf deux”), or by herself. suite, or the Histoires Naturelles series, manifest denuded, obliterated landscapes; spiraling abstractions; engravings that shiver with an unearthly radiance, where etchings of great intricacy hint at intimacy and the velocity of rapture, before opening out to aching empty spaces. Tsilla is similarly evocative, a tender weaving of emotional complexity carved with the hand-held and simple tools of artisans. Much like Reims, Rebilly and Chalk enact a similar transfiguration of base materials. For Reims, natural order is made “more sinuous and curious through the rounded flow of her graver,” Kate McCrickard once noted. For Rebilly and Chalk, these seven pieces, cast under the shadow of a great artist, inhabit that sinuousness, and tease out the eternal flow of tone.

Mastered by Denis Blackham

Artist : Jean Noël Rebilly & Andrew Chalk

Label: Label: An archives

Two ambient writers Jean Noël Rebilly from France and Andrew Chalk from the UK will launch in April 2 on the French experimental label.This is a co-produced CD released from An'archives with a limited edition of 300 copies.

Contains 7 songs from ambient to ambient drone with clarinet and strings.It is a handmade gate fold specification.Below is an explanation by Jon Dale.

Jean Noël Rebilly and Andrew Chalk pay homage to the late French writer and sculptor Cécile Lance.Lance is best known as an interpreter and engraver for the surrealist Hans Bellmer, but also worked with Leonor Fini and briefly with Salvador Dali.Her most powerful and enduring work in Reims is her collaboration with her husband, writer-artist Fred Deux (her collaborative work was signed "cf deux"), or her Made by myself.In Lance's later works, such as the "L'Elan Vitale" suite and the "Histoires Naturelles" series, destroyed and vanished landscapes, swirling abstractions, sculptures trembling with an unknown radiance, and highly intricate etchings evoke a speed of intimacy and exultation. We see it alluding to and then opening into a painful void. Her Tsilla music is likewise a gentle weave of emotional complexity, carved with simple tools of craftsmanship.Like her lances, Rebilly and Chalk represent the transformation of the underlying material.For Lance, the natural order was "made more sinuous and wondrous by the circular flow of her chisel," Kate McCrickard once said. For Rebilly and Chalk, these seven pieces, placed under the shadow of a great artist, harbor their suppleness and draw out the eternal flow of tone.

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Edition of 300, comes in a mini handmade gatefold jacket

Jon Dale:

“On Tsilla, Jean-Noël Rebilly and Andrew Chalk pay homage to the late French writer and engraver Cécile Reims. While she may be best known as interpretative engraver for surrealist artist Hans Bellmer, and she also worked with Leonor Fini and briefly for Salvador Dali , Reims' most powerful and enduring works were made either in collaboration with her husband, the writer and artist Fred Deux (who signed their collaborative work “cf deux”), or by herself. suite, or the Histoires Naturelles series, manifest denuded, obliterated landscapes; spiraling abstractions; engravings that shiver with an unearthly radiance, where etchings of great intricacy hint at intimacy and the velocity of rapture, before opening out to aching empty spaces. Tsilla is similarly evocative, a tender weaving of emotional complexity carved with the hand-held and simple tools of artisans. Much like Reims, Rebilly and Chalk enact a similar transfiguration of base materials. For Reims, natural order is made “more sinuous and curious through the rounded flow of her graver,” Kate McCrickard once noted. For Rebilly and Chalk, these seven pieces, cast under the shadow of a great artist, inhabit that sinuousness, and tease out the eternal flow of tone.

Mastered by Denis Blackham

Artist : Jean Noël Rebilly & Andrew Chalk

Label: Label: An archives