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During a period as artist-in-residence at Access Space, Benedict further developed ideas relating to his concept of Alternative Acts of Architecture. He set out to research and develop a new iteration of his DIV...
Hear now and looking back
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In the autumn of 2014, Benedict Phillips travelled between seven locations in the St Helens area, meeting local people to investigate and to discuss their family histories in relationship to World War One. Through...
The Red DIV
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The ‘Red DIV’ photographic work is a performance for camera developed in response to ‘3D Thinkers in a 2D World’, a lecture/performance by Benedict Phillips. In the lecture/performance, the persona of ‘The Red DIV’...
invisible conversations
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The project ‘Invisible Conversations’ is a series of photographic portraits of adult dyslexics that explores the diversity of individuals’ experiences of dyslexia. The portraits offer a photographic record of the conversation that takes place...
My misspelt youth
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As part of a residency at Yorkshire Arts Space 2005, supported by Creative Partnerships, Benedict Phillips created the ‘White DIV’ and the performance ‘The Invisible Apartheid of Words’ and also began to develop the...
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A Public artwork for Hull Time Based Arts, Rivercommissions public art program, 2002. ‘river river – Dry Dock’ took place from 15 March to 29 June 2002 as an installation/performance involving a fleet of 6...
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This project consisted of an installation in a housing estate in York. For ‘Melting Mail’, four huge blocks of ice were created within which were embedded objects that had been covered in gold leaf...