Philip Beesley practices digital media art and experimental
architecture by using leading-edge technology. A worldwide pioneer in
the fast-growing field of responsive architecture, Beesley and his team
of collaborators pose the question "could architecture come alive?"
Beesley constructs exquisite thresholds that mediate between craft
and manufacture, meaning and behavior, physicality and psychology. His
creative work has focused on "field" oriented sculpture and landscape
installations over the last two decades. He maintains a practice that
combines sculpture with public buildings, exhibitory and stage design.
Beesley creates spaces that dissolve into forest-like hovering fields,
kin to primitive life-forms within dense jungles and ocean reefs. His
responsive environments offer bodily immersion and wide-flung
Interview with Philip Beesley during DEAF2012. from V2_ on Vimeo.
The interview was conducted by Jelke Landman, Christiaan Kanis and Paul van Rijckevorsel.