Noah Travis Phillips

Mountain Water Mirror Displacements 1-9, featuring "Incidents of Mirror-Travel at Mountain Water"

40-page PDF publication, w/ nine photographic documentation, and essay
“cover(s)” of and in-dialogue w/ Robert Smithson’s essay "Incidents of Mirror-Travel in the Yucatan" and mirror displacements

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    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 that cultivate an anthropocene and posthuman world that is both mythic and personal by activating appropriation and digital/analog remix and collage strategies. Their artworks incorporate 2D / 3D digital fabrication, videos, publications, 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