The Vo-Du Macbeth - 2004 Fellowship
The multimedia design for The Vo-Du Macbeth, a retelling of Shakespeares Macbeth set in New Orleans, includes projected digital stills and animation that will transform the performance space.
The First World Order: Alchemy (1994) - 1994 Fellowship
Format: Beta SP
Length: 26:40 min.
An exploration of African Diaspora, illustrating a global network of knowledge, wisdom, culture, and values originating in Africa prior to the birth of Christ and still present today in such diverse locales as the Caribbean, Fiji and Arizona.
PTV/Horizont TV (Burkino Faso)
L.A. Freewaves (CA)/Athens Film Festival (OH)/Southwest Alternative Media Project (Houston, TX)/
Rice University Media Center (TX)
Electronic Arts Intermix
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New York, NY 10011
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First World Order (1994)
Paradigm Shift (1992)
Black/White & Married (1979)
The Trouble Ive Seen (1976)
Lissen Here! (2004)
Vo-Du Macbeth Opera (2001)
Black Legacy Series (2003)
Alchemy (1996 to present)
Mirrors & Smoke (2001)
Negro Ensemble Company (1998)
Philip Mallory Jones has worked with video, film, photography and writing for art making since 1969, and has incorporated digital media since 1990. His work has been broadcast and presented throughout North America, the Caribbean, South America, Europe, Africa, Japan and Australia. He was co-founder and Director of Ithaca Video Projects (1971-84), one of the pioneering media arts centers and Director/Curator of the Annual Ithaca Video Festival (1975-84), the first touring collection of video art. Jones was Batza Chair in Art and Art History at Colgate University in 2002 and Artist-In-Residence at the Institute For Studies In The Arts, at Arizona State University from 1991-2000. He has taught at several institutions, including Arizona State University, the State University of New York at Fredonia, Howard University and Ithaca College. Jones is currently Artistic Director for Alchemy Media and Marketing, Inc., and media consultant to The Center for African-American Archival Preservation in Atlanta.
1971 MFA, Creative Writing, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
1969 BA, Beloit College, Beloit, WI
January, February, March 2007
Philip Mallory Jones presented the official opening of his installation work In the Sweet Bye and Bye as a gallery exhibit in the virtual world of Second Life, in March. Jones exemplifies artists utilizing this new environment as an arena for expression.
Philip Mallory Jones has been appointed as Ohio Universitys new media artist in residence at The @ Lab. While there, Jones will lead a graduate seminar and other workshops, focusing on digital image-making and 3D modeling. In honor of his appointment, Jones presented his recent media art in "In the Sweet Bye & Bye" in September.
Philip Mallory Jones's Footprints, an exhibition of videos and digital paintings was at the Clifford Gallery at Colgate University, New York in February and March. Included in the show was First World Order, a video about the matrix of knowledge, wisdom and values that originated on the African continent many millennia before the Common Era (AD). He has been the Batza Family Chair in Art and Art History at Colgate University for the academic year 2002-2003.