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Prof Andrea Phillips


Department: Arts

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Critical production, or, the intelligence of collective technicity, Phillips, A. 2020, 2019 Art Encounters Biennial Catalogue, Timișoara, Art Encounters
  • The Community Arts Centre: ‘devaluing’ art and architecture (the case of the Albany Empire, London), Phillips, A. 2020, Valuing Architecture , Amsterdam, Valiz
  • A Conversation as a Map: Interview with Fernando García-Dory by Andrea Phillips, Phillips, A. 1 May 2019, Along Ecological Lines - Contemporary Art and Climate Crisis, North West UK, Gaia Projects
  • Educational Investment: a context for CAMPUS, Phillips, A. Sep 2019
  • Forgetting the Public, Phillips, A. 25 Oct 2018, Public Enquiries: PARK LEK and the Scandinavian Social Turn, London, Black Dog Publishing
  • From Work to Practice, Phillips, A. 2018, Practice, Harvard, The MIT Press
  • The Imperative for Self-attainment: From Cradle to Grave, Phillips, A. 2018, Unlearning Exercises, Valiz
  • Artistic research, publishing and capitalisation, Phillips, A. 2017, Futures of Artistic Research, Helsinki, University of the Arts Helsinki
  • Hubs and Fictions Prescript, Phillips, A. 2017, Hubs and Fictions, Sternberg Press

PGR Supervision

  • Matilda Pye Start: 01/10/2020
  • Rebecca Shatwell Start: 01/10/2018
  • Alan Lynn Start: 01/10/2019

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