Andrea Phillips is BALTIC Professor and Director of BxNU Research Institute, Northumbria University & BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art. Andrea lectures and writes about the economic and social construction of public value within contemporary art, the manipulation of forms of participation and the potential of forms of political, architectural and social reorganization within artistic and curatorial culture. Her forthcoming book Contemporary Art and the Production of Inequality will bring together discussions on the politics of public administration and management with recent analyses of arts institutions, alongside debates on value (public and private) informed by research into the political functions of the art market and personal experience of organizing, lobbying, and governing contemporary arts institutions and arts education institutions. Phillips lives and works in London.
2015 Visible Award Advocate for the shortlisted projects at the Visible Temporary Parliament, Liverpool
2019 Visible Award Speaker of the Visible Temporary Parliament at Hôtel de Ville in collaboration with Lafayette Anticipations