IM GRÜNEN BEREICH @ ALCHEMY FILM FILM and MOVING IMAGE FESTIVAL 2019 SCOTLAND | by Deborah Phillips | music & sound design by Wolfgang in der Wiesche



image courtesy © Deborah S. Phillips | still from: IM GRÜNEN BEREICH – all is good, all’s green | animation, 16mm, c, 13:30min., 2017 || © ww-2007 | self portrait | digital photography || © ww 1997 | music for films | CD | private release

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IM GRÜNEN BEREICH – all is good, all’s green will be screened @

Alchemy FILM and MOVING IMAGE FESTIVAL 2019 | MAY 02-06, 2019 | (click link for more…)

Alchemy Film & Arts | Room 305
Heart of Hawick | Kirkstile
Hawick TD9 0AE
Scotland, UK

find information on works by Deborah S. Phillips (click here)

LEO AWARD by filmFest Braunschweig for Ruth WiesenfeldDeborah S. Phillips for Pfffhp tt!, 2012

DEBORAH S. PHILLIPS was awarded the L’Alternativa Hall Lomography Prize at the 20th edition of the Barcelona Independent Film Festival, l’Alternativa, made up of Sesi Bergeret, Pere Ginard, Céline Pimentel and Tess Renaudo on 22 November 2013 for her film PFFFHP TT! by Deborah S. Phillips (Germany)

read more @ BLOGERIM, Jewish Museum Berlin

Deborah Phillips @ wordpress   |  films of Deborah Phillips @ lightcone
(added June, 2019) excerpt from: Wild wonder inside and out at Alchemy 2019

New creative director Michael Pattison encouraged audiences to “embrace the strange” at this invigorating festival where the experiences counted for as much as the work.

Ben Nicholson

“Colour also played a significant role in one of the other ‘In Focus’ events – that of the work of Deborah S. Phillips. In a less conventional screening, Phillips presented her own work including her red-hued blend of collage, animation and text Capsicum (2008), and her overlaid, superimposed examination of green Im Grünen Bereich (2017). Phillips has spent a decade utilising found objects, natural materials and text to create colour studies. In the screening she revealed that she still hasn’t quite worked out how she feels about blue, and so the session opened up into a freeform discussion about the associations of the colour and how different languages approach it – all while two slide projectors clacked through cerulean compositions that slowly seemed to conform to the emotive qualities being described and discussed by the audience.”

view portfolio  |  @  saatchi art  ||  @  Pollock-Krasner Foundation  ||  @  artward  ||  @  LensCulture

Wolfgang in der Wiesche ist/is Stipendiat der/grantee of the Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York (2012-13) | and was nominated for Mario Merz Prize 2014, Fondatione Merz, and nominated for a Fellowship of the Alfred Wegener Institute in cooperation with Hanse Institute for Advanced Study, Bremerhaven/Delmenhorst (runner-up) | ausgewählt als/selected “Artist of the Week/Day” by curator Aurora Garrison @  saatchi art (11/2018)

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About xtendedline
freelance painter, photographer, media artist as well as composer of music for experimental film, documentary, experimental theatre and performance art, independent projects // freischaffend als Maler, Grafiker, Fotograf, Medienkünstler und als Komponist und Musiker für Experimentalfilm, Dokumentarfilm, experimentelles Theater und Performance, freie Projekte

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