Phil Coy is an artist based in London. He studied at Liverpool John Moores, Ecole des Beaux Arts de Nantes and The Slade School of fine art. Working predominantly in film and video his works also encompass drawing, installation, photography, sound, performance, text pieces and architecture and are often characterized by a structural approach to materials and processes. Recent solo exhibitions and screenings include: ”Façade”, Whitechapel Gallery, 2011. ”Façade”, South London Gallery, 2010. Wordland, ”An attempt to avoid the dissatisfaction that everything relevant will not be recorded”, Volt, Gallery USF 2010, ”Wordland”, a LUX Event at The Arcola Theatre, London, 2008. ”Wordland, Outpost”, Norwich, 2008. ”Wordland”, City Projects, 2008. Recent / forthcoming group shows include: Whitstable Biennale 2012. Recollect; Wysing Arts Centre, 2012. Façade; National glass centre, 2011. Phil Coy & Yuko Shiraishi; The Russian Club Gallery 2010. Whitstable Biennale, 2010. DIY; Ars Nova Museum, Turku, Finland, 2007. Phil Coy: Test Signal, Hannah Rickards: Thunder, South London Gallery, 2006. Real Estate, London in Six easy steps, ICA, 2005. Incommunicado; Cornerhouse, 2004. Recent performances from auto-cue include: 'Adaptive reuse and exfiltration' at Whitechapel, 2010 and 'Where petty theft sleeps', at Arnolfini, 2010.