Over 20 years he has released 6 albums, most recently Dream Maps, developing an individual musical language and working with a diverse and extraordinary group of musicians.
In his film-making he captures imagery from the world around us from highly unusual perspectives, using ground-breaking technology and partnering with world-leading media companies such as Arri & Vision Research to scramble familiarity. His work has been shown at international festivals, London’s V&A Museum & Eden Project in the UK, and on TED.
Through live performance he brings his music, sound-design and imagery together into hypnotic shows.
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An audio visual collaboration with the charity Shout at Cancer.
75 years on from the Hiroshima & Nagasaki atomic bombs, we’re celebrating life-affirming stories shaped by the powerful and dichotomous legacy of radiation, from the extraordinary trees that survived those bombs to a choir of cancer survivors, treated by radiotherapy, who lost their voices & then learnt how to sing.
You can learn more about the project HERE
And you can support it through JustGiving below…
DIGITAL ARTWORKS on SEDITION ART
DREAM MAPS LIVE
From performances in the UK and Germany
Philip Clemo: guitar, keys, voice, soundscapes, theremin
Evi Vine: voice
Byron Wallen: trumpet
Emily Burridge: cello
Steven Hill: guitar
Martyn Barker: drums, percussion
Music is fundamental to our lives, transporting us to extraordinary places. Imagine if we could learn to experience visual imagery with that same intensity.
UK-based artist, Philip Clemo, works across composition, film, sound-design and live performance. In this talk he delves into his multi-sensory Breath Project and explores the idea that our relationship with the world around us can be hugely enriched if we widen our visual perception.
LARK SHORT FILM
Lark is the third short film coming from the Dream Maps album. It explores confinement and escape as well as the dissolving of form. Thanks to Vision Research for its help in the making of this project.
DREAM MAPS ALBUM PREVIEW
A taster of the Dream Maps album. The official live launch was at Kings Place, London with an 8-piece band including Arve Henriksen. Video from that concert is on the Live Video Archive page.
Imagery in this preview is from The Breath Project www.breathproject.net, directed by Philip Clemo, produced by perfectmotion and Animal Monday.
Dream Maps was mixed by Philip Clemo, with Phill Brown
Recorded by Phill Brown and Philip Clemo
Produced by Philip Clemo