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Philip Goldswain

Mr Philip Goldswain

Lecturer
Design, UWA School of

Contact details
Address
UWA School of Design
The University of Western Australia (M433)
35 Stirling Highway
CRAWLEY WA 6009
Australia
Phone
+61 8 6488 2586
Fax
+61 8 6488 1082
Email
Philip.Goldswain@uwa.edu.au
Qualifications
BArch W.Aust.
Publications
EDITED BOOKS
Out of Place (Gwalia): Occasional Essays on Australian Regional Communities & Built Environments in Transition
Editors: Philip Goldswain, Nicole Sully, William M Taylor, UWA Publishing, August 2014

An Everyday Transience: The Urban Imagery of Goldfields Photographer John Joseph Dwyer
Editors: Philip Goldswain, William M. Taylor, UWA Publishing, March 2010

BOOK CHAPTERS
‘Public Photographs’: A serial representation of Kalgoorlie, 1893-1903,
in Out of Place (Gwalia): Occasional Essays on Australian Regional Communities & Built Environments in Transition
Editors: Philip Goldswain, Nicole Sully, William M Taylor, UWA Publishing, August 2014, p.15-43

‘Surveying the field, picturing the grid: Dwyer’s urban and industrial landscapes’
in An Everyday Transience: The Urban Imaginary of Goldfields Photographer John Joseph Dwyer
Editors: Philip Goldswain, William M Taylor
UWA Publishing, 2010, p. 63-81

‘Introduction’
in An Everyday Transience: the urban imaginary of Goldfields Photographer John Joseph Dwyer
Editors: Philip Goldswain, William M Taylor
UWA Publishing, 2010, p.1-9
(PG contribution 50%)

REFEREED ARTICLES
‘BOOM: Mining, photography, landscape and the city’
The New Critic, Journal of the Institute of Advanced Studies,
The University of Western Australia, http://www.ias.uwa.edu.au/new-critic/eight/goldswain

REFEREED CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS
(in press)
'Au Gaz: French Photographic Albums in the State Library of Victoria'
‘Visible and invisible: perceiving the city between descriptions and omissions’, 6th Associazione Italiana di Storia Urbana Annual Congress, Scrimm Edizioni, 2014

‘Prospect-ing: Photography and the manufactured landscape of Kalgoorlie,’
Contested Terrains: The Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, Fremantle, Australia, September, 2006

Tiny Jubilations: JJ Dwyer’s Photographs and a spatial construction of the Western Australian Goldfields’
Celebration: The Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference of the Society of Architectural Historians, Australia and New Zealand, Napier, New Zealand, September, 2005, p.141-146

CATALOGUE ESSAYS
‘Reading, Writing and Photography’
Bo Wong: Fremantle Market Project, Exhibition Catalogue, FotoFreo Biennial of Photography, 2012, p.4-5

'Interior Prospects,’ in Consuelo Cavaniglia, Chris Hill & Bevan Honey (eds) Home Open: Fremantle Artists and their Collections, Exhibition Catalogue, Fremantle Arts Centre, November, 2010

Spatialising the Line: The Architecture of Bevan Honey’, in Leigh Robb (ed), Your Reference to More Gracious Living, Exhibition Catalogue, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, June, 2010

“Mining the Past: The Super Pit Interpretive Centre”, The Super Pit Studio, Exhibition Catalogue, The Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts, June, 2007

EXHIBITION CURATOR
An Everyday Transience: the urban imaginary of Goldfields photographer John Joseph Dwyer
Co-Curator with Winthrop Prof William M Taylor
Western Australia Museum, Kalgoorlie Boulder,
May 12th – October 21st 2012
FotoFreo 2010, The City of Fremantle Photography Festival,
Cullity Gallery, The University of Western Australia, April 2010

The Super Pit Studio
The Super Pit, Kalgoorlie-Boulder, June, 2007
Cullity Gallery, ALVA, UWA, August, 2007

NON-REFEREED PUBLICATIONS
‘New Kind: CODA Studio’s Foundation Housing and Women’s Health and Services Building,’ Architecture Australia, May/June 2012, p.48-58

‘State Theatre Centre, Kerry Hill Architects’ Architecture Australia, March/April 2011, p.49- 56

‘Not a Perfume Bottle in a Non-site’: Thom Mayne, Morphosis, AIA International Speakers Series, Architecture Australia, March/April 2011, p. 29-30

‘Future Possibilities,’ The Critic’s Write: An Overview of the Australian Institute of Architects National Awards, Architecture Australia, November/December 2010
Co-authored with Melinda Payne
(PG contribution 50%)

‘Uncommon Places,’ Conference Review, Australian Institute of Architects annual conference ‘Extra/Ordinary’, Architecture Australia, July/August 2010, p. 68

‘Built’, Architecture Australia, May/June 2010, p. 23 -24

Competition Review, ‘CentreStage’ , Western Australian’s new performing arts venue, Architecture Australia, March/April 2006, vol 95, no.2, p.25-28

Exhibition Review, ‘The Fleeting Image’, Michal Lewi: Architecture in Photography, Architecture Australia, January/February 2006, vol 95, no.1, p.31-32

INVITED LECTURES/SYMPOSIUMS
‘Ruées vers l’or et villes-champignons: panoramas australiens, 1875-1903’/‘Gold rushes and boomtowns: Australian panoramas, 1875-1903’
Floor talk for the exhibition Villes du Monde, 1879/1930: Collections photographiques de l'Hotel de Ville, Galerie des Bibliotheques de la Ville de Paris, 5th September 2013

‘Jeff Wall: The Seduction of Fiction Symposium’
Bureau of Ideas at the Art Gallery of Western Australia, August 8th, 2012

‘Public Photographs’: The serial representation of Kalgoorlie, 1896-1903
Closing Lecture for An Everyday Transience: the urban imaginary of Goldfields photographer John Joseph Dwyer
Western Australian Museum, Kalgoorlie Boulder
September 25th, 2012

‘Living with Stuff’ Symposium
Public programme for Home Open: Fremantle Artists and their Collections, Fremantle Arts Centre,
December 11th, 2010

Ed & Stephen & Denise & Bob: Speculations on Photography and Learning from Las Vegas
Inaugural PS09_01 Lecture, The Bakery, Northbridge
Organised by the Office of the Government Architect
March 20th, 2009

‘Vague and Uncertain Traces’: Speculations on Photography and Transience
as part of The Transience Forum,
The Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, Perth International Arts Festival visual arts programme
February 13th, 2009

The Culture of the Copy: Architecture and the work of Callum Morton
Public Lecture, The Perth Institute of Contemporary Art
As part of the public programme accompanying
Callum Morton: Tomorrowland and More, 5th July to 21st August, 2007

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
‘Picturing the City: Charles Marville’s Albums of Haussman’s Paris’
Urbanism and Urbanity, Nineteenth Century Studies Association 35th Annual Conference, March 20-22, 2014, Chicago, Illinois

‘Au Gaz: French Photographic Albums in the State Library of Victoria’
Visible and invisible: perceiving the city between descriptions and omissions, 6th Associazione Italiana di Storia Urbana Annual Congress, 12-14 September 2013, Catania, Italy

Position Paper:
‘A Memento of a Great and Interesting Event’: 'The Souvenir Album, Photography and the Development of a Mining Town” for
Image And Word: Towards A Political Economy Of Book Illustrations chaired by William St. Clair, London U, UK,


Paper:
“ ‘Dipped into a bucket of pure Victoriana’: The Spatial Transformation of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, 1893-1903”
The Global and the Local
NAVSA/BAVS/AVSA Conference
Ca’ Foscari University of Venice and Venice International University, June 3-6, 2013, Venice, Italy.

‘‘King Dust’ Representations of a ‘fearful atmosphere’, Kalgoorlie, 1893-1902’
The Victorian Environment, Australian Victorian Studies Association Conference, University of Melbourne, 6-8 February 2013, Melbourne, Australia

‘‘Out of Nothing’: Gold rush boom towns in the Australian and American Wests’ Comparative Wests: Peripheral Regions in Settler-Colonial Societies, University of Western Australia, 21-22 February 2011, Perth, Australia

Funding received
“Storm Tossed on the Billows of the Boom’:
Spatial Histories in Kalgoorlie, 1893 to 1910
Teaching Relief for UWA Academic Staff, 2012 (Value $8,100)

‘Historical and cultural studies of WA/Qld goldfields and arid lands', UWA/UQ Bilateral Research Collaboration Award
with Winthrop Professor William Taylor, Dr Clarissa Ball, Dr Criena Fitzgerald (UWA), Professor John Macarthur, Ms Christine Landorf, Dr Nicole Sully, Dr Deborah van der Plaat (UQ), (Value $17,500)

The University of Western Australia Research Grant:
‘A historical, thematic and curatorial study of the Goldfields photographs of John Joseph Dwyer (1869 - 1928)’ (Value:$13,000)


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