Andrea Phillips


Journal editorial:
Co-Editor in Chief: PARSE Journal for Artistic Research issues 1-7 (Gothenburg: University of Gothenburg, 2015-2017):
Issue 1: Judgement, Issue 2: On the Value of Contemporary Art, Issue 3: Repetition and renege, Issue 4: Times, Issue 5: Management, Issue 6: Secularity (in collaboration with the Gothenburg Biennial for international Art), Issue 7: Speculation.

Edited books:
Social Housing-Housing the Social (Amsterdam/Berlin: SKOR/Sternberg Press, June 2012);
Caring Culture: Art, Architecture and the Politics of Public Health (Amsterdam/Berlin: SKOR/Sternberg Press, 2011);

Articles and book chapters since 2015:

‘Social Dreaming: Learning about curating at Iniva and Santiniketan’ in (eds. Choi, Rosenthal, Watson), Practice International (London/Utrecht: Iniva/CASCO, 2020 forthcoming)

‘Annotated Bibliography’ in Visible Project Annotated Bibliography (Stockholm: Visible/Pubvlic Art Agency Sweden, 2020);

‘The Community Arts Centre: Devaluing Art & Architecture (The Case of the Albany Empire, London)’ in (eds.) Ashley Paine, Susan Holden & John MacArthur, Valuing Architecture (Amsterdam: Valiz, 2020);

‘Arts Organisations, Educational Institutions and the Collaborative Imperative’ in ed. Balaskas/Rito, Institutions as Praxis: New Curatorial Directions for Collaborative Research (Berlin: Sternberg, 2020);

‘Critical production, or, the intelligence of collective technicity’ in ed. Maria Lind, Timisoara Biennial 2019 (Timisoara: Art Encounters, 2020);

‘Utility at The Calthorpe Project’ in eds. Laessing et al, Arte Util (London: Slade School of Fine Art, 2019);

‘A Conversation as a Map: Interview with Fernando García-Dory by Andrea Phillips’ in ed. Barnaby Drabble, Along Ecological Lines – Contemporary Art and Climate Crisis (Gaia/édhéa, École de design et haute école d’art du Valais, 2019);

‘Educational Investment: a context for CAMPUS’ in (ed. Carolina Rito), Nottingham Contemporary Journal (Nottingham: Nottingham Contemporary/eflux, 2019);

‘The Imperative for Self-attainment: From Cradle to Grave’ in (eds. Choi, van der Heide) Unlearning (Utrecht: CASCO, 2018);

‘Forgetting the Public’ in (ed.) Mick Wilson, Park Lek (London: Black Dog, 2018);

‘in conversation with Keller Easterling’ in (eds.) O’Neill, Steel, Wilson, How do Institutions Think? (Massachusetts: MIT, 2017);

‘Artistic research, publishing and capitalisation’ in (eds.) Kaila, Seppä, Slager, The Futures of Artistic Research (Helsinki: University of the Arts, 2017);

‘Where is the “Former” in Neocoloniality’ in FormerWest: Art and the Contemporary After 1989 (BAK/MIT, 2017),

‘Making the Public’ in I Can’t Work Like This (Sternberg, 2017),

‘Reclaiming Participation: Arts centres and the reinvention of social condensation’ in The social condenser: a century of revolution through architecture, 1917–2017, The Journal of Architecture Vol 22 Issue 3 (London: Taylor & Francis, 2017);

‘Introduction: Community Arts? Learning from the Legacy of Artists’ Social Initiatives‘ in Community Arts: Learning from the Legacy of Artists’ Social Initiatives Stages 5: Liverpool Biennial Journal (Liverpool: Liverpool Biennial, 2016);

‘In Service: art, value, merit and the making of publics’ in Public Servants, (MIT/New Museum, 2016)

‘Devaluation’, PARSE Vol 1 no 2 The Value of Contemporary Art (Gothenburg: University of Gothenburg 2015);

‘Invest in what? How to work together, the Arts Council’s Catalyst Fund and art’s contemporary economic infrastructure, How To Work Together (Chisenhale Gallery, The Showroom, Studio Voltaire, 2015);

‘Art and the Colonisation of Value’ in Curating and Politics Beyond the Curator: Initial Reflections (Hamburg, Hatje cantz, 2015);

‘Making the Public’ in When Site Lost the Plot (Falmouth: Urbanomic, 2015).