SuperCellular, 2023: A site-specific multimedia installation at the Rowan University Art Gallery, Glassboro, New Jersey. 5 video projections, 1 monitor, quadraphonic audio, sculpture and lighting in the 40' x 40' x 15' gallery.
Carolyn Healy: sculpture and lighting
John JH Phillips: audio and video.

SuperCellular is a new site-specific immersive art gallery experience that combines sculpture, light, sound and moving imagery as a reflection of the astonishing and almost incomprehensible density and activity of the chemical molecules in our bodies. Inspired by neuroscience, cellular biology, and genetics, the installation contemplates the complexities and intricacies of living processes and the mysteries of cellular interactions.

Working as a team since 1987, Carolyn Healy and John Phillips have created numerous sound, video, and sculpture installations around Philadelphia and beyond. Most notable are: Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia; LaMaMa and Symphony Space, NYC; the Cini Foundation, Venice, Italy; Disston Saw Works and Globe Dye Works, Philadelphia; WheatonArts, Millville, NJ; International Computer Music Conference in Beijing, China, and at Suyama Space, Seattle; Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh; and the Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia.

  • Stacks Image 181
  • Stacks Image 196
  • Stacks Image 185
  • Stacks Image 210
  • Stacks Image 213
  • Stacks Image 216
  • Stacks Image 218
  • Stacks Image 220
  • Stacks Image 222
© 2023 TerraGizmo Studios, LLC Contact Us