Philip Sanderson

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Senior Lecturer, Arts and Festival Management

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    Arts and Creative Industries / Arts and Performance
 

Philip Sanderson is a Senior Lecturer in Arts & Festival Management with a particular interest in both the visual arts and contemporary music. Prior to becoming a lecturer at LSBU Philip worked in the arts for over twenty years in a number of capacities including: gallery director, curator, chair of board, consultant, reviewer, and arts practitioner. As a practitioner Philip has exhibited widely both in the UK and internationally and had a number of music CDs and LPs released.

BA Arts & Festival Management

Level 4 (Year 1)

  • Arts & Festival Management Framework
  • Arts Policy

Level 5 (Year 2)

  • Modern Museum & Gallery Practice

Level 6 (Year 3)

  • Contemporary Curation
  • Arts & Festival Fundraising
  • Dissertation supervision

MA Critical Arts Management

  • Project and Dissertation Supervision

Music Releases

  • 2012: Hollow Gravity, Philip Sanderson LP on Puer Garvy
  • 2011: A Safe Substitute, Storm Bugs LP on Harbinger Sound
  • 2008: Nasal Passage, Storm Bugs track on Mesthetics Greatest Hiss compilation
  • 2007: Supplementary Benefit, Storm Bugs LP - on Vinyl on Demand
  • 2006: Snatch Tapes Compilation on Vinyl on Demand
  • 2005: Seal Pool Sounds, Philip Sanderson CD - on Seal Pool
  • 2004: Up the Middle Down The Sides, Storm Bugs LP - on Fusetron
  • 2003: For Internal Use Only, Storm Bugs, CD compilation on Adverse Effects
  • 2002: Offshore (Philip Sanderson/David Jackman) CD - on Robot Records
  • 2002: Reprint, Philip Sanderson CD - on Anomalous Records
  • 2002: Terrain (Philip Sanderson/David Jackman) 10-inch -on Die Stadt
  • 2001: Let's Go Outside and Get it Over, Storm Bugs CD - on Snatch Tapes

Exhibitions and Screenings of own work

(S = solo exhibition)

  • 2013: 100x100=900 Project - international touring video art programme
  • 2012 -13: Lumiere et Son (Collaboration with Sam Rensiew) exhibited nationally and internationally as part of One minute Programme volume 6
  • 2008: Hair of the Dog exhibition at CCA Santa Fe, USA
  • 2008: Lumiere et Son (Collaboration with Sam Rensiew) exhibited nationally and internationally as part of One minute Programme volume 5
  • 2007: Neither There Nor Here (Storm Bugs video performance with Steven Ball The Foundry, London
  • 2007: Magmart Tour, Naples, Italy
  • 2007: Visual Music Marathon, Boston, USA
  • 2007: Camera Obscura, Australia
  • 2007: Lumiere et Son (Collaboration with Sam Rensiew) exhibited nationally and internationally as part of One minute Programme volume 4
  • 2006: Lumen Festival, Leeds
  • 2006: Video Under Volcano, Naples
  • 2006: Cog Collective, London
  • 2005: Berlin Videonale, Berlin, Germany
  • 2005: Videolisboa, Lisbon, Portugal
  • 2005: 291 Gallery, London
  • 2005: Exploding Cinema, London
  • 2005: Prog ME, Brazil
  • 2005: Island Art Film & Video Festival, London
  • 2004: Exposure - Lux Screening, London
  • 2004: Hat on Wall, London
  • 2002: Hastings Museum and Art Gallery (S)
  • 2002: Pump House/Battersea Park, London (S)
  • 2001: Wordplay, Q Arts, Derby
  • 2000: Spectrum, Turtle Arts, Nottingham
  • 1999: Letting the Days go by, MOTA, London
  • 1998: Baffle, Camerawork, London
  • 1998: Second Nature, Pump House/Battersea Park, London
  • 1997: Overheard Overhead, The Vestry, London (S)

Curatorial Projects/Programming

  • 2008: Voice box - radio show with Ed Pinsent for Resonance FM
  • 2007: Screen Dump - programme of YouTube work for Cog Collective London
  • 2007: One off special for Sound Projector radio show on Resonance FM
  • 2006: Snatch Tapes - compiling of an LP of post-punk DIY music for Vinyl on Demand
  • 2002: Boating for Beginners, Pump House/Battersea Park Boating Lake, London
  • 2001: Postcards on Photography, Exhibition at Camerawork, London
  • 2000: John Jordan/Consuming Desire, Exhibition at Camerawork, London
  • 1999: Scheufler & Heiss/Fit For Fun, Exhibition at Camerawork, London
  • 1999: Fiona Crisp/Still Films, Exhibition at Camerawork, London
  • 1998: Baffle, Camerawork, Exhibition at Camerawork, London
  • 1998: Gustav Metzger is my Dad, Camerawork, Exhibition at Camerawork, London
  • 1998: Second Nature, Pump House/Battersea Park, London (with Alex Burt)
  • 1996: Cat Flap/Julia Obrian, Installation at Angell Town Art Space, London
  • 1996: Wallpaper Life/John Workman Installation at Angell Town Art Space, London
  • 1995: X-Days, Installation at Angell Town Art Space, London
  • 1990: Selection and programming for experimental section of London Film Festival

Reviews for Art Monthly magazine 

On the following artists & exhibitions:

  • Rebecca Warren, Graham Gussin, Fergal Stapleton
  • Richard Deacon and Thomas Schutte
  • John Frankland
  • Markus Hansen
  • Jacqueline Poncelet
  • Ken Lum
  • David Griffiths
  • Anna and Bernhard Blume
  • The Impossible Science of Being
  • Ideal Standard Summertime
  • New Contemporaries

(All published 1995-97)

 
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