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Phil Mouldycliff is an artist and academic. Since 1983 he has been involved in creating large scale, multi-disciplinary projects for live performance, recording, exhibition, installation and radio. After completing his PhD. at Liverpool John Moores University in 2001, he has concentrated on producing works under the generic title Debris Fields, in which simultaneous but independent events are presented in the manner of an ‘archaeological site’. He is currently writing a book about the work of musician, Keith Rowe and collaborating with experimental sound artists including, Colin Potter, Max Eastley, Russell Mills, Loren Chasse, and David Cunningham. Retiring from Education in 2004 he has also been developing a new career as a freelance curator and produced his first project in this field for Bolton Museum in 2006.
1954 Born Southport.
1965.70 Educated at Meols Cop Boys Sec. Modern.
1974.75 Foundation Course at Southport Art College.
1975.78 Degree in Graphic Design at Newcastle-upon-Tyne Polytechnic.
1979.80 PGCE in Art Education at City of Birmingham Polytechnic.
1981.2004 Full-time Lens & Time-based Studies Lecturer at Blackburn College.
1993.97 Studied for M.Phils at Manchester Metropolitan University.
1997- 2000 Converted to Ph.D at Liverpool John Moores University.
2001 Awarded Doctorate.
2004 Retired from Education.
1988 MR16 Tom Phillips IRMA
1990 MR19 Keith Rowe A Dimension of Perfectly Ordinary Reality
1998 ARECD101 Hope
1999 ARECD102 Trace
2003 ICR.36 Shellfish In Kettleblack With Colin Potter
2004 Twenty Hertz Drone Works No.3 With Colin Potter
2006 ICR 53 Debris Field With Colin Potter/ Keith Rowe and Loren Chasse
2007 ICR 63 Written on Water Solo album
2008 ICR 68 Sprint Mill With Colin Potter and Chris Atkins
2009 ICR 75 Trajectories With Colin Potter and Dave Carson
2010 Negro 22 Grey Skies On Asphalt With Colin Potter
Polaroid montages as part of touring exhibition Snap Art.
1985 Kettles Yard, Cambridge.
1985 Phoenix Arts Centre, Leicester.
1985 Quay Arts Centre, Newport, I.o.W.
Presentation of IRMA an indeterminate opera score by Tom Phillips.
1986 The Cornerhouse, Manchester.
1987 Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield.
Tideframes: a performance/ installation.
1988 Atkinson Art Gallery, Southport.
1990 Acorn Gallery, Liverpool.
Presentation of The Masterwork a performance piece by Bruce McLean,
Paul Richards and Michael Nyman.
1989 Blackburn College Theatre
The Ellington Suites: working drawings for performance/ installation.
1990 Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool.
Parsifal: a performance/ installation/ workshop.
1991 Tate Gallery, Liverpool.
Titanic Numbers: a performance/ installation.
1992 Acorn Gallery, Liverpool.
1994 Blackburn College Theatre.
Award Winning Postures: a performance/ installation/ workshop.
1992 Harris Art Gallery, Preston.
Scenes Seen: a performance/ installation retrospective.
1993 Lewis Textiles Museum, Blackburn.
Activity S.O.101: a performance as part of 25 years of The Scratch Orchestra.
1994 I.C.A. London.
Auspex Borealis: a performance/ installation.
1996 Manchester Museum.
1998 University of Central Lancashire.
As Above…So Below: a performance/ installation given as part of PhD. submission.
2000 68 Hope Street Gallery, Liverpool.
Hymnody for Charles Ives: a performance/installation.
2002 Various sites across Blackburn College campus and town centre.
Tracing Lines Through A Debris Field: a performance/ installation with Julian Lees.
2002 68 Hope Street Gallery, Liverpool.
Spirit of Place: a soundscape presentation with Colin Potter.
2004 St. Pauls Church, Astley Bridge, Bolton.
Debris Field: an installation of curated works and exhibits.
2006 Bolton Museum, Art Gallery and Aquarium
Dialogue Boxes: an exhibition of found object assemblages with Russell Mills.
2008 20/21 Gallery, Scunthorpe.
Trajectories: an audio-visual presentation with Dave Carson and Colin Potter.
2009 Christmas Island, Indian Ocean.
Auspex Australis: an audio-visual presentation with Dave Carson and Colin Potter.
2010 Horizon Planetarium Perth, Australia.