Recent projects have led her to work with male sports teams, sex educators, farmers, secondary school students, elderly care homes and DJs as well as arts spaces and institutions, including: Tate Modern, London; Eastside Projects, Birmingham; The Wellcome Collection, London; Praksis, Oslo, Norway; and Portland Institute of Contemporary Art, Portland, USA. In 2015 she was awarded the British Council Social Practice Fellowship.
The Jerwood New Work Fund will support the artist to make a step change into making high quality, experimental sound works through the research and development of Hook. This new audio work will examine ways of composing and presenting sound through open access sample packs and immersive soundscapes. Building upon her ongoing enquiry into bodily resistance, physical injury/rehabilitation and contact-based sports Phoebe will work within sound archives and alongside bio-medical acoustic engineers and artists Joseph Bond and Marie Swiecicka to explore how sound is physically experienced.