Philip Clemo is a trans-disciplinary artist working across composition, sound-design, film and live performance.
He builds complex sound worlds, exploring form, improvisation, orchestration, ambience and electronica and has released six critically acclaimed albums, including 2016’s Dream Maps. In his visual work Clemo explores perception, abstraction and where the boundaries of familiarity begin to break down. His work has been shown around the world, including at international film festivals and the V&A Museum and Eden Project in the UK.
Clemo’s multi-sensory Breath Project, which he has presented in TEDx and TED talks, explores our relationship with the diverse environments we inhabit. Breath, which has attracted the support of industry leaders including Vision Research and Arri, utilises cutting-edge technologies to capture extraordinary imagery from the world around us. The short film First Breath, coming from this project, is released this year. Clemo is currently performing live with his 6-piece band and imagery from Breath and will be showcasing this in Bremen, Germany in April 2018.