Phillip Schulze (born 1979 in Düsseldorf, Germany) is a composer, computer performer, media artist and educator.
He has studied and worked with a number of major figures in contemporary music such as Anthony Braxton, Ron Kuivila and Alvin Lucier. In the past two decades, Schulze has explored the disciplines of composition, sound art and performance, including multi-channel real-time computer processing, interactive sound installations and compositions for classical instruments.
Although his works are predominantly ephemeral, they closely resemble sculptural experiences in space. Their curation, then, largely transpires in visual arts contexts.
With his new composition series ›Intermorphologies‹, Schulze explores multi-dimensional sound mutations and musical causalities generated electronically in realtime.