Morning Glory: PHILLIP MARCH JONES
PHILLIP MARCH JONES is an artist, writer, and curator who splits his time between Lexington, Kentucky and Atlanta, Georgia. He is the founder of Institute 193, a non-profit contemporary art space and publishing company, and the director of the Souls Grown Deep Foundation, an organization devoted to raising public awareness of the African American art of the South. His primary focus is creating exhibitions, books, and projects about unsung Southern contemporary artists. He writes for several publications including Whitehot Magazine and his artwork was recently featured on the cover of Ben Sollee’s new album Inclusions.WHAT TIME DO YOU WAKE UP? 8 in the morning seems to be the time I wake up – whether I like it or not. I’ve never been great at sleeping.
WHAT DO YOU HAVE FOR BREAKFAST? I usually leave the house and grab a coffee and a chocolate croissant if I can find one. Not everyone lives in Paris, you know…
ONE WORD THAT DESCRIBES YOUR MOOD IN THE MORNING?
WHAT GETS YOUR JUICES FLOWING?
I think that they are always flowing – its trying to find a way to keep them flowing in a particular direction that is challenging. I keep a workbook with me all the time, and I write, draw, and plot things out by hand. Writing things down seems to help.
Published: June 13th, 2011