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Reviews, Interviews, Essays and Publishing.


2021: Of Colour and Light: Women Abstract Artists Biennial // Exhibition catalogue // West End Art Space (Melbourne)


2020: Smart Arts // 3RRR Radio Interview // Anna Prifti and Fiona Halse in conversation with Dan and Steph Teitlebaum // 3RRR Digital (00:30:12) (24 December)


2020: Caroline Phillips // Darebin Arts (August) // Artist Profile


2020: Being vulnerable in the COVID-19 era // Exhibition review by Rhonda Dredge, Southbank News (4 August)


2020: BOOBOO at Assembly Point // The Review Board (14 July)


2020: Interview Caroline Phillips: Linking into the history of feminism at the GPG // Conversation with GPG Director Sandie Bridie // GPG Virtual (5 May)


2020: Wiki-edits, decolonization and Afro-futurism // The Rap with Areej Nur // 3RRR Radio interview (26 February)


2019: The Women’s Art Register: Unknown Hands // Interview Caroline Phillips and Julia Boros in conversation with Emma Hart // Women On The Line // 3CR Radio interview (25 November)


2019: Crafting Resistance—Six Moments in Kingston by Tal Fitzpatrick // Exhibition catalogue // Kingston Arts (Melbourne) 


2018: In Conversation: Caroline Phillips + art historian Louise Mayhew // Brisbane Art Guide

2018: Community control of policing + Women’s Art Register + Trans-Exclusionary Radical Feminism // Tuesday Breakfast // 3CR Radio interview (13 March)


2018: Abstraction TwentyEighteen // Exhibition text by Stephen Wickham

2018: Abstraction TwentyEighteen at Langford 120 // YouTube documentation by Jason Haufe (6 May)


2018: Ways of Following; Art, Materiality, Collaboration by Katve-Kaisa Kontturi // Open Humanities Press (London)


2018: Feminist Perspectives on Art: Contemporary Outtakes // Routledge // Edited by Jacqueline Millner and Catriona Moore (Oxon/UK and New York)

​2017: 9X5 NOW // The University of Melbourne // Digital catalogue (June)


2016: F49 3D // Factory 49 // Exhibition catalogue (October)


2016: Ch&Ch podcast with Christine McFetridge and Charlotte Watson


2015 Art and Feminism: Twenty-First Century Perspectives by Jacqueline Millner, Catriona Moore & Georgina Cole // Australian and New Zealand Journal of Art, vol. 15:2, pp. 143–149 (148–9)


2015: No falling ribbons // Issue #1 // Online journal, cover and artist profile


2015: Caroline Phillips – Melbourne, Victoria, Australia // 365 artists/365 days // Artist profile


2015: Meet the FAC Residency Artist: Caroline Phillips // FAC Toronto Blog // Artist profile


2014: A history of women-only art collectives and collaboration in Australia 1970–2010 // PhD Thesis by Louise Mayhew // COFA, NSW

​2014: Conversation by Carolyn Barnes + Caroline Phillips // THE f WORD, Contemporary Feminist Art in Australia // Exhibition text, August (Melbourne)


2014: The f Word: cross-disciplinary feminist art in Australia // Melbourne Social Equity Institute Research Projects (Melbourne)


2014: Ararat Regional Art Gallery hosts 'f Word' exhibition // By Anthony Camm // The Ararat Advertiser (9 September)


2014: Feminism explored in Ararat gallery exhibition // By Anthony Camm // The Ararat Advertiser (23 September)


2014: The f word is feminism // Times-Spectator, Gippsland (18 July)


2014: Technopia Tours Feminist Art Bus // CCAS Social Pages // Canberra Contemporary Art Space (11 March)

2014: Breakfast with Dominic Brine // ABC Ballarat radio interview (1 September)


2014: 2014 AIR Caroline Phillips // Australian Tapestry Workshop (15 August)

2014: Caroline Phillips Artist in Residence Talk // Australian Tapestry Workshop // YouTube documentation by Australian Tapestry Workshop


2013: Caroline Phillips // Regimes of Value // Artist interview

2013: Regimes of Value // Exhibition text by Elizabeth Gower // Margaret Lawrence Gallery + The Substation (Melbourne)

2013: Curtain Call: The Material Body in Space by Kali Michailidis // Exhibition text // BLINDSIDE (Melbourne)

2013: Spoilt for choice at M16 by Helen Musa // City News (13 June)


2013: Humour and Politics at M16 by Sally Pryor // The Sydney Morning Herald (31 May)

2013: Enmeshed by Carolyn Barnes // Catalogue essay // Craft Victoria


2013: Q&A with Caroline Phillips by Debbie Pryor // Craft Victoria

2012: Bird Hide and Bunker by Dylan Rainforth // The Age (3 October) 

2012: Festival of short and girlies to pique interest in feminism by Megan Backhouse // The Sydney Morning Herald (5 September)

2012: Get Cereal // SYN FM Radio Interview (29 August)


2012: The Art of the Stretch by Rhonda Dredge // Catalogue essay for Easement // BLINDSIDE (Melbourne)


2012: SNO 85—Factory 49—Abstract Art Baby! // Exhibition review by Kent Johnson, Street Fashion Sydney (8 August)

2011: Interior Architecture // Exhibition review by Victoria Duckett // unMagazine 5.2

2011: The Substation Contemporary Art Prize // Exhibition catalogue // Curated by Jessica Bridgfoot // The Substation (Melbourne)


​2010: SafARI 2010: Drop your weapons // Exhibition review by Lynne Barwick // Runway, Issue 16

2010: The Whole Truth by Kate Just // Catalogue essay for Holding Pattern // George Paton Gallery (Melbourne)

2010: Craft Cubed featured event: Caroline Phillips and Samantha Scott ‘Hide and Seek’ // Clog (Craft Victoria’s Blog)



2020: The Long Haul: Women’s Art Archives in She Persists: Perspectives on Women In Art And Design // National Gallery of Victoria // Edited by Isobel Crombie et al. (Melbourne)


2018–2020: Women’s Art Register Bulletin // Editor // Women’s Art Register (Melbourne)


2018: Materialising the interval: Relationality as a feminist art practice in Feminist Perspectives on Art: Contemporary Outtakes // Edited by Jacqueline Millner and Catriona Moore, Routledge, Oxon (UK) and New York


2017: Materialising Feminism: Object and Interval // PhD thesis // University of Melbourne, Victorian College of the Arts, School of Art // Open access


2015: Art and Social Equity, a feminist approach in Researching for Social Change: Ethics, Methodologies & Responsibility // Melbourne Social Equity Institute published working papers


2015: Watch this space // Catalogue essay for Furies solo exhibition by Kate Just // The Gallery, St Kilda Town Hall (Melbourne)

2015: Call to Arms // Catalogue Essay for Reclaiming Isis—Auset exhibition by Filomena Coppola // Phyllis Palmer Gallery, La Trobe University (Bendigo)

2014: THE f WORD, Contemporary Feminist Art in Australia // Editor // Exhibition catalogue (Melbourne)


2014: The f WORD, Contemporary Feminist Art in Australia // Editor // Project blog


2014: Conversation with Carolyn Barnes // THE f WORD, Contemporary Feminist Art in Australia // Exhibition catalogue (Melbourne)


2013: Past Lives // Catalogue essay for Skins and Bones solo exhibition by Eliza-Jane Gilchrist // BLINDSIDE (Melbourne) 


2013: Louise Bourgeois, Late Works // Review in Artlink, vol. 33, no.2


2013: The Phenomenology of Sexual Difference in Writing from Below, vol. 1, no. 2


2012: Placing the Body—Towards a subjectivity of the feminine in sculpture // MFA exegesis // University of Melbourne, Victorian College of the Arts, School of Art


2012: Actions speak louder than words // Catalogue essay for Viewpoints solo exhibition by Timothy Kendall Edser // BLINDSIDE (Melbourne)


2011: A Different Temporality: Aspects of Australian Feminist Art Practice 1975–1985 // Review in Artlink, vol. 31, no. 4


2011: Death Becomes Her // Catalogue essay for Swan Song solo exhibition by Catherine Evans // George Paton Gallery, University of Melbourne)


2011: Interior Architecture // Catalogue Essay for group exhibition Interior Architecture // La Trobe University Visual Arts Centre (Bendigo)

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