John JH Phillips is a sound and video artist. His work has included interactive sound installations and audio-visual performances in museums, art galleries, and non-traditional spaces in the United States and abroad. He has collaborated extensively with sculptor Carolyn Healy. His musical compositions have been presented at dance and theater venues, on the nationally syndicated radio program New American Radio, and at national and international electronic art festivals such as ISEA and ICMA. His live sound and video performances have been seen in numerous venues in Philadelphia and also in New York City. John has created several community-based public multimedia art works in Philadelphia. To pursue his video work, he has enjoyed five residencies at the Experimental Television Center and two at Signal Culture, both in Owego, New York. Grants include a fellowship in Sound Art from the National Endowment for the Arts, and five from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.
Last updated: May 14, 2019