Noah Travis Phillips

Vitamin C+

   featuring Noah Travis Phillips, on the advent of their 40th birthday


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For Noah Travis Phillips’ 40th birthday they are featured here in Vitamin C+: Collage in Contemporary Art.
    This PDF publication continues a tradition of the artist gifting themself an artwork or exhibition or feature, and so on, for their birthday.

    Over 100 global artists working with collage, as chosen by a team of art experts [and featuring an “Unsolicited Collaboration”] – an indispensable who's who of the most exciting and innovative names working in the medium.
    Collage is an artistic language comprising found images, fragmentary forms, and unexpected juxtapositions. While it first gained status as high art in the early twentieth century, the past decade has seen a fresh explosion of artists using this dynamic and experimental approach to image making.
    Organized in an A-Z sequence by artist, the book features both well-known collagists ... and a plethora of lesser-known names deserving of greater attention. Taking a broad definition – from analog cut-and-paste compositions and photomontages to digital composed imagery and animations – Vitamin C+ showcases [109] living artists who employ collage as a central part of their visual-art practice.

    Noah Travis Phillips is an artist, educator, and scholar (BA, Naropa University, Fine Art and Environmental Studies; MFA, University of Denver, Emergent Digital Practices). They create adaptable and multicentered artworks about a mythic anthropocene and posthuman world by activating appropriation and digital/analog remix and collage strategies, and working with both a personal media archive and open algorithmic systems. Their work incorporates 2D / 3D digital fabrication, videos, installation, performance, and the internet. Phillips is Assistant Professor & FabLab Coordinator at Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design. They have exhibited extensively locally, nationally, internationally, and virtually. They live and work in Boulder, Colorado and can be found online at