Phil completed a PhD in music composition in 2004, creating his own handmade electronic instruments and rewiring existing technologies to see what would happen. Previous works have included modified CD players, electronic music boxes, and the integration of living plants into electronic circuits. These interests soon expanded to include broader artistic issues surrounding technology and nature, while retaining elements from musical practice such as rhythm, physicality, and intangibility.
Data as Culture 2012
July 2012 - March 2013 at the Open Data Institute