Philip Clark is a musician and DJ from Gaspereau Forks, NB. He works with music to maintain a high energy level and strong rhythmic pulse. Favourite techniques include glitching, video feedback and heavy data compression, which help give a gritty look to a digital medium. He also prefers to project at unusual angles and onto unusual surfaces or textures, which then inform the final work. He will often collect original footage from the surrounding area to incorporate in his exhibitions, and will sometimes even re-project a surface onto itself, adding layers of manipulation to create a sense of movement from the present into a mythical future.

Philip’s THIRD SHIFT project  ‘Activation’, will involve a public video projection in which a vacant urban area is injected with vibrant, moving colour. “I’d like to map the projections onto simple geometric shapes suggestive of bygone buildings to create a sense of layered architecture through time. The energy of the piece attempts to challenge the inert nature of vacancy to explore a dialogue between past and future city space.”

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