'Redress series' is a body of work made in collaboration with filmmaker and artist Vivienne Dick. Phillips' performance as seen through Dick's photographic and video lens explores the culture of exploitation and indemnity in Ireland in the past. These works attempt to contribute philosophical meaning, aesthetic beauty and emotional resonance to the commemoration of women's history and experience in Ireland. Phillips' performance speaks of desire and overcoming entrapment.

Vienne Dick began making S-8 films in the late seventies in New York, and her earlier work is associated with the No Wave movement there. Her work has been shown extensively, with a recent retrospective at Tate Modern and also at Crawford Art Gallery. Her latest film, ' The Irreducible Difference of the Other, ' will be screened at Darklight in April. Her work is often multilayered and open-ended, framed from a female perspective, with an overriding concern for social conditioning and sexual politics.

Phillips has created video, photographic and installation works for diverse contexts; public art commissions, the street, club events, galleries and museums. Recent exhibitions include City of Women Festival Ljubljana, Kyoto Art Centre Japan, Stanley Picker Gallery London and Bunkier Sztuki, Krakow. In 2013 she had a mid career retrospective at Galway Arts Centre. She is head of sculpture at Burren College of Art.