ABOUT RELATED PROJECTS

Related Projects is an idea conceived by Justy Phillips to share a number of visual art projects and related limited editions.

As the name suggests, Related Projects provides an umbrella for these individual and collaborative projects – a virtual space to collate, share, promote and extend their network. Alongside each project, as ideas or outcomes, a number of limited edition works are published. These works are available for purchase through the site shop and through a number of external distribution networks.

CONTACT
For all project or edition enquiries, please contact Justy phillips:

Related Projects
+61 (0)417 863425

All enquiries: Justy(at)relatedprojects.net

ARTISTS

Justy Phillips
All projects/

Justy Phillips is a visual artist and adjunct lecturer at Charles Sturt University. A graduate of the Royal College of Art, and the London College of Printing, Phillips moved to Australia from England in 2003, to develop her practice through site-specific installation and text-based narrative works. Currently based in the NSW Riverina city of Wagga Wagga.

Phillips’ practice is informed by the intimate ways in which people relate to each other and to the world in different social and cultural contexts. Her practice continues to examine the diversity and complexity of these human relationships and raises questions about the marginalisation of individuals and communities within society. Through her practice, Phillips considers the complex moral and ethical structures of society and the impact of such structures on everyday-life. Underpinning her practice is a strong beliefin the potential of art to participate in and provide an understanding of contemporary social realities. Justy works across a range of media including video, print and installation and continues to develop her practice through text-based installation and limited-edition publishing. For more information on current and past exhibition works, click here.

Download Justy Phillips CV here.

COLLABORATING ARTISTS/

write/here project/
James Newitt

The way life should be/
Margaret Woodward