Phill Wilson-Perkin uses Sculpture, sound recordings and performance. Exploring aesthetics used in bolstering cultural systems. Examining their adoption or vilification through counter cultural tropes and institutional frameworks. Often working with collaboratively with others.
Phill Wilson-Perkin lives and works in London. He has exhibited nationally and internationally including Liminality, at Gallery 46, London, 2019. Hmn, london 2018, We Labour, We Labour, We Labour at FiveYears Gallery, London, 2017. By the End of Play for the Glasgow Open House, 2017. Enter The Dragon at the ICA, London, 2015. Phill has been a member of Five Years since 2017. Five Years is an unfunded collaborative artists’ project. Founded in 1998, Five Years’ initial aim was to set up a gallery which was artist-run and where programming would maintain a direct relationship to practice. Five Years continues to develop this aim of maintaining close links between the production and exhibition of work, and the discourse which informs it. Wilson-Perkin is also the co-curator of the Archway Sound Symposium. A series of exhibitions, events and workshops across Archway. These explored the relationship between live performance, recorded work and artists scores.