|Nacimiento:||1933 en Estados Unidos|
|Exposiciones colectivas vigentes:||Espacio. Sonido. Silencios|
PHILIP CORNER es un compositor, trombonista, vocalista, pianista, teórico de la música, educador musical y artista visual nortamericano. En 1961 se convirtió en uno de los fundadores de Fluxus. Trabajó como compositor y músico en el Judson Dance Theatre y más tarde con la Experimental Intermedia Foundation por invitación de Elaine Summers. En 1963 fundó el Tone Roads Chamber Orchestra junto con Malcolm Goldstein y James Tenney así como el Out of Silent Spaces con Julie Winter en 1972 y Gamelan Son of Lion con Barbara Benary y Daniel Goode que fue fundado en 1976 y permanece en activo. Además de su trabajo como compositor y músico, ha creado varios ensamblajes, collages de caligrafía, dibujos y cuadros, muchos de los cuales han sido expuestos a nivel internacional. Bio (English) Philip Lionel Corner (born April 10, 1933; name sometimes given as Phil Corner) is an American composer, trombonist, alphornist, vocalist, pianist, music theorist, music educator, and visual artist. He was a founding participant of Fluxus since 1961, was a resident composer and musician with the Judson Dance Theatre from 1962 to 1964 and later with the Experimental Intermedia Foundation upon the invitation of Elaine Summers, for whose dance company he served as musician. He co-founded with Malcolm Goldstein and James Tenney the Tone Roads Chamber Ensemble in 1963 (active until 1970), with Julie Winter Sounds Out of Silent Spaces in 1972 (active until 1979) and with Barbara Benary and Daniel Goode, Gamelan Son of Lion in 1976 (still active). In addition to his work as a composer and musician, he has created numerous assemblages, calligraphy, collages, drawings, and paintings, many of which have been exhibited internationally. He has also written much poetry, which like some of his music, has occasionally appeared under his Korean pseudonym Gwan Pok, meaning "Contemplating Waterfall". Editions in silk-screen have been brought out by the Archivio F. Conz, Verona, and Pari e Dispari Agency in Reggio Emilia, among others. Works are regularly exhibited in galleries, mostly in Europe, and are in notable museum collections. His principal gallery is UnimediaModern in Genova, whose director Caterina Gualco maintains a large collection. Other important collectors are Hermann Braun in Germany (deceased 2009) and Luigi Bonotto in Bassano who maintains an extensive documentation.