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noah phillips

Noah Phillips, MFA

Noah Travis Phillips is an interdisciplinary artist, scholar, and educator; they received their BA from Naropa University in Fine Art and Environmental Studies, and their MFA from the University of Denver in Emergent Digital Practices. Their work integrates personal mythologies, the anthropocene and the posthuman, via appropriation and digital/analog remix strategies. They create adaptable and multicentered artworks incorporating 2D/3D digital fabrication, videos, books, performance, and the internet. Phillips’ praxis models an anarchic personal and political goal through collage and montage. Each element is sovereign, speaks for itself, and creates a dynamic synergy through its relationship with other components. Compositions are radically interconnected systems, acting as circuits of ideas, subjects, concepts, identities, and aesthetics. Noah has taught foundation-level courses such as 2D Design, time-based and new medias, and systems theory in art, as well as upper-division courses in 21st-century art history, internet art, and digital cultures. Beyond the classroom, Noah is the acting FabLab coordinator. In this role, they serve as educating technician providing training, guidance, tutoring, and workshops across disciplines. Technologies in the FabLab include laser and vinyl cutters, large-format printer, and FFF and SLA 3D printers. Their most recent exhibitions include a two-person collaborative show at Dateline Gallery in Denver, CO (Rainbow Above the Ruins), and group shows at Miriam Gallery in NYC (Friendly Ghost), CO-OPt Research + Projects in Lubbock, TX (Under Pressure) and the Weserburg Museum for Modern Art in Bremen, Germany (Künstlerpublikationen: analog – digital!). They live in Boulder, Colorado.

Course Credentialing
ART 2100 Professional Practice Survey: Voice + Vision (formerly ART 2000 – Fine Arts Sophomore Portfolio Review), ART 2400 – Form + Content, ART 3301 – Special Topics in Fine Arts, ART 3500 – Experimental Studies, ART 3601 – Fine Arts Internship Part I, ART 3602 – Fine Arts Internship Part II, ART 3100 (formerly ART 4600 – Professional Practice), ART 4803 – Senior Studio I, ART 4804 – Senior Studio II, FD 1020 – 2D Design: Elements + Principles, FD 1600 – Studio Seminar: Methods of Inquiry, FD 2220 – Time-based Media, FD 2510 – Special Topics

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