Interview with Heather Raquel Phillips
Heather Raquel Phillips is an unfixed, autonomous person of color living and working in Philadelphia as an interdisciplinary visual artist, educator and independent curator, dedicated to creating equity in the spaces they inhabit. Their work has been written about in Philadelphia Gay News, Hyperallergic, ArtForum.com & Sixty Inches From Center. They recently had their memoir of vignettes published in The Black Scholar: Journal of Black Studies and Research in issue, 50.2, Black Radical Pleasure and are currently working on a public Art project in front of their residence and have an upcoming show at Practice Gallery (Date TBD).
Examples of Heather's Work (included works discussed in the podcast)
Ways to Contact Heather
Referenced in the Episode
Screenshot of the velvet painting from The Shining (1980, dir. Stanley Kubrick)
This episode was recorded using Zoom.