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Perdita Phillips

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PERDITA PHILLIPS

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Using geophones, DIY seismographs and existing seismographic recordings as starting points, Perdy will create a sound art walk for headphones based on the trials around Banff. As the project progresses she will include walking recordings and anecdotes created by other residency participants. The purpose of the project is to explore the tensions through locative media creating the sound of landscape in a constructed non-linear narrative experience. Her aim is to produce a sound art walk where the starting point is rocks and earthquakes and develops a narrative element in response to discussions during the Walking and Art thematic residency.

 

Artist biography: Perdita Phillips graduated with her Bachelor of Fine Art in 1991 and went on to complete her Postgraduate Diploma in Visual Art from the Curtin University of Technology. In 1999, Ms. Philips obtained her Master of Fine Art from Goldsmiths College at the University of London. She has recently obtained her PhD with her thesis titled, fieldwork.fieldwalking: art, science and sauntering in the walking country, from Edith Cowan University, Australia. Ms. Philips has participated in residencies in Australia, Germany, and London. Her most recent solo exhibition was held at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art and a group show at the John Curtin Art Gallery, Australia in 2006. She is currently a lecturer at Swan TAFE in Midland, South Australia in the Art and Design Department.

 

 

Her website is http://www.perditaphillips.com

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