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education
selected solo shows
selected group shows
residencies
selected eclogues
awards and prizes
bibliography
publications
experiences
collections and public art projects

 

education
2003–2006 Doctor of Philosophy, fieldwork/fieldwalking: art, sauntering and science in the walkingcountry, Edith Cowan University
2002 Certificate IV, Assessment and Workplace Training, Midland TAFE
2000–2001 Certificate II, Printing and Graphic Arts Desktop Publishing, Pre Press Skills Centre
1998–1999 Master of Arts (Fine Arts), Goldsmiths College, University of London
1997–1998 Post Graduate Diploma in Fine Arts, Goldsmiths College, University of London
1992 Post-Graduate Diploma in Visual Arts, Curtin University of Technology
1989–1991 Bachelor of Arts (Distinction) in Fine Arts, Majoring in Sculpture, Curtin University of Technology
1985–1988 Bachelor of Science with First-Class Honours in Environmental Science, Murdoch University
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selected solo shows
2013 fast|slow|complex, Spectrum Project Space, Edith Cowan University
2009 In Vetland, School of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences, Murdoch University

In Vetland: conversations in Three animal artists: Three visions, Newcastle Art Space, Newcastle
2007 Thinking skin (a collaboration with Jane Mulcock), Animals and Society II: Considering animals, Old Woolstores, Hobart
2006 Vade mecum, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth
fieldwork/fieldwalking, Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery, Fremantle
2004 Semi, Spectrum Project Space and Kurb Gallery, Perth
Four Tales from Natural History, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth
2002 Passing Place, Kesselhaus, Germany
2001 Termitaria I Caution Workers Below and Termitaria II Fragmented Islands, Ballidu Art Lodge, Ballidu
Pasteur. Synecdoche., Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle
Dreaming Alternative Pasts: when the colour of salmon gum was a part of our daily lives, Kellerberrin Folk Museum, Kellerberrin, as part of IASKA Open Spaces Program
The Ashness Bridge Room and Some More Experimentations, Junction Gallery, Midland
1999 Fieldwork, Hydraulics Lab, Department of Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London.
1997 Workers on Paper, Gallery 1434, University of California, Santa Barbara
1996 0, Moores Building, Fremantle
Watershed, Moores Building, Fremantle
1990 1. Extent of space considered with regard to its sufficiency for some implied or specific purpose; free or open space. 2. A space for occupancy or use enclosed on all sides, as in a building, an apartment; frequently named for the use to which it is put, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (September 29 to October 5), Perth
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selected group shows
Horizon: Exploring the West Coast with The Clipperton Project, Fremantle Arts Centre
2014 2014 Community Invitation Art Award, City of Joondalup
InConversation, Spectrum Project Space, Edith Cowan University
Pica Salon 2014, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth
Canopy: Into the forest, Mundaring Arts Centre, Mundaring
Solum + Caelum Phillips + Uhlmann, Breathing Space, Edith Cowan University, Mt Lawley
“Shadow-Lands II”: Not I/thou, Dennys Lascelles Exhibition Gallery, Deakin University, Geelong
2013 Staff Show, Building formerly known as Myers, Fremantle
Novel Ecologies, Cross Arts Projects, Sydney
Art in a Time of Climatological Catastrophe, China Brotsky Gallery, Thoreau Center for Sustainability, The Presidio of San Francisco
Bunbury Biennale 2013, Bunbury Regional Art Galleries, Bunbury
Time, the deer, is in the wood of Hallaig/ Tha tìm, am fiadh, an Coille Hallaig, St John on Bethnal Green, London
Adaptation, touring to Katanning Art Gallery, Katanning and Cannery Arts Centre, Esperance
Testing Ground, Salamanca Arts Centre, Hobart, Devonport Art Gallery, Devonport
2012 Yonder, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth
Minnawarra Art Award, Armadale, Perth
Adaptation, INQB8 Mandurah Contemporary Art Gallery, Mandurah
“Shadow-Lands”: The Suffering Image, Dennys Lascelles Exhibition Gallery, Deakin University, Geelong
The Conservatorium, Paper Mountain, Perth
Art/Text/Clearinghouse Project + Western Australian Photographic Book Survey, Perth Centre for Photography, Perth.
2011 Animals, People – A Shared Environment, POP Gallery, Brisbane
CLIP Award 2011, Perth Centre for Photography, Perth
Trans-Siberian Arts Centre Postcard Exhibition, Moscow to Beijing
Visceral: The Living Art Experiment, Science Gallery, Dublin
2010-2011 Home Open, Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle
2010 Melbourne 2010: How Can a Network….?, South Project, West Wing, Melbourne

Wallpaper, Gallery Central, Central Institute of Technology, Perth
2009 Continuum, Junction Gallery, Midland

Transmission, one night video projection event, Corner Beaufort and Barlee Streets, Mount Lawley

Diagram, Junction Gallery, Midland

Yellow vest syndrome, Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle
2008 Mine Own Executioner, Mundaring Art Centre, Mundaring
Increment, The Gallery, Ellenbrookv
Multicultural Cosmology, Cosmology Gallery, Gravity Discovery Centre, Gingin
2007 Open studio, Walking and Art Residency, Banff Centre, Canada
Systems of Nature, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, The University of Western Australia, Nedlands
2006 Chart, John Curtin Art Gallery, Curtin University, Bentley
The Invisible Reading Room, Next Wave Containers Village, Melbourne, Next Wave Festival/Festival of Melbourne
2005 strange strolls, Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery, Fremantle
2004-2005 For Nothing, The Bank, Midland
2004 Supermart04, Breadbox, Northbridge
OCH 04, Artist’s Open Studio, Old Customs House, Fremantle
Books04, Noosa Regional Gallery
2003 Land, Photography Centre of Western Australia, Northbridge
OCH15, Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery, Fremantle
Supermarket, Breadbox, Perth
National Review of Live Art, Midland Railway Workshop, Midland
Difficult and Desperate Times, Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle
2002 Mnemotech, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth
John Leslie Art Prize. Art Refers to the Environment, Gippsland Art Gallery, Sale
Refugee, Junction Gallery, Midland
2001 Uglie Customs, Moores Building, Old Customs House Artists Exhibition, Fremantle Festival, Fremantle
City of Perth Cultural Awards, Council House, Perth
Ribbons, ArtsHouse, Perth and Ballidu Art Lodge, Ballidu
City of Joondalup Invitational Art Award, City of Joondalup
Territory: A discussion of Art and Environments, Mandurah Cultural Centre, Mandurah
Show and Tell, Junction Gallery, Midland
Do it, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, University of Western Australia, Perth International Arts Festival, Perth
2000 12 (Connected), Moores Building, Old Customs House Artists Exhibition, Fremantle Festival, Fremantle
Shell Fremantle Print Award, Fremantle Arts Centre, Perth
Cossack Art Prize, Cossack
1999 Degree Show MA Fine Art 1999, Goldsmiths College, University of London, London
1998 Pacific Asian Cultural Forum, Goldsmiths College, University of London, London
Canberra National Sculpture Forum, 1998, Selected Project, Canberra
1997 Yada Yada Happy Doo-Da Art Show, First Year MFA Exhibitions, Gallery 1434, University of California, Santa Barbara
1995 Women’s Work, The Photography Gallery, Perth
1994 Tugmaan: Ties that Bind, Australia Centre, Manila; Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth
1993 Some Reflections on the Psychic History of Studio Two, Telmatological Research Institute (in collaboration with Jo Gallyôt and Paul Hay), Artrage Festival, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth
Tenth Annual Non-Acquisitive Sculpture Prize Exhibition, Gomboc Gallery Sculpture Park, Perth
1992 How the Moving Staircase Art Works: the Curtin Annex Show, Centreways Arcade, Perth
Orientations, Fremantle Arts Centre, Perth
Artworks, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth
Ozone to Nozone, Fremantle Arts Centre, Perth
The Original National Graduate Show, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth
1991 Degree Show, Curtin University of Technology, Perth
Seventh Annual Collaborative Print Award, Arts House, Perth
Woodworks, Curtin University of Technology, Perth
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residencies
2013 P A A, The Cross Art Projects, Kings Cross, Sydney
Field_Notes – Deep Time workshop, Finnish Society of Bioart at the University of Helsinki Kilpisjärvi Biological Station, Lapland, Finland
fast|slow|complex, Spectrum Project Space, Edith Cowan University
2012 cusp residency, Blend(er) Gallery, Joondalup
2009-2012 The Sixth Shore residency, SymbioticA for the Adaptation project at Lake Clifton, Mandurah
2009 Art meets Veterinary Science residency, Murdoch University School of Veterinary & Biomedical Sciences
2007-2008 Australia Council SymbioticA Artist in Residence for Green, Grey or Dull Silver: art and the behavioural ecology of the Great Bowerbird, Chlamydera Nuchalis, The University of Western Australia.
2007 Walking and Art thematic residency, Banff Centre, Banff Canada
2006 Vade Mecum, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art
2003 Artist in Residence, WILD course, International Centre for Landscape and Learning, Edith Cowan University
2002 AFWA Basel Exchange Artist, Switzerland/Germany
2001 Termitaria, Ballidu Art Lodge, Ballidu
Open Spaces Program, International Art Space Kellerberrin, Australia
1989-1999 Artist in Resident, Department of Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London (audited MA in Cultural Geography)
1995 Visitant: Residency, Artists’ Foundation of Western Australia, December 1-31, Perth
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selected eclogues (ephemeral performances)
2013 Walking the Wasteland to the Point, Fremantle and East Fremantle
2012-2013 Shy (Dissolution + Exchange), conceptual mail art project, Southern Hemisphere
2012 things transferred (difficult questions raised by complex systems), Environmental Utterances Conference, Falmouth, Cornwall
2008 80 stones, Broome Bird Observatory, Broome
Feather Lesson (with AE), Broome Bird Observatory, Broome
2005 Transferrer/transferee piece with artists Lorraine Corker and Clyde as part of group performance for Lone Twin Workshop, National Review of Live Art, Midland
2004 Things Transferred and Growth of Tongues of Land, as part of On the Beach Conference, International Centre for Landscape and Learning, Edith Cowan University, held in Fremantle
2003-2006 Strandings: fieldwork/fieldwalking, 44 works in the walkingcountry, Kimberley
2001 “Where is the Best Salmon Gum?” Competition, Kellerberrin and Tammin Shires, as part of IASKA Open Spaces Program
Lacuna Project, Lake Barlee and Fremantle (collaborative art installation and performance)
2000 Floristic Survey, Lake Barlee. Lake Barlee
Binocs, Mt Elvire
Frog Point, Elvire Rock
Survey, Elvire Rock
Claude, Bruce and the Poussins, Mt Bruce
1996-2000 Termitaria, Karinjini, Frasers Hill, Paris, Bilbao, Mediterranean, Carmague, Bordertown, Stonehenge, Loch Ness, Scotland, Duncansby Head, John’ O Groats, Venice, Arran, Giant’s Causeway, Sandy Creek, Bailey Range
1999 R series, United Kingdom and Ireland
Found Men at Chesil Beach, Chesil Beach
Primitive Mobile, Ossian’s Grave, Stonehenge
The Full Monty, Stonehenge
Returning to Eastbourne, Eastbourne and Returning to Bognor Regis, Bognor Regis
Archipelago, Westward Ho!
Objects in the Field, Greenwich
The Slightly Different Thing That is Said, Coopers Hill (Runnymede), Surrey
Ashness Bridge, Ashness Bridge
Sampling (Fieldwork), Lake District
Silver Box Plugged in for Hearing, Glasgow, Derwentwater, Greenwich, Royal Holloway
Wayfinder, Glasgow, Derwentwater, Royal Holloway, Venice, Frasers Hill
Aid Being Used to Improve Reception, Glasgow, Derwentwater, Greenwich, Royal Holloway.
1997-1999 Infestation, Laurie Grove Baths
Scouting, Foraging, Budding, Sociotomy, Greater London Area
1996-1997 Termitaria, Lake Deborah
1995-1996 30 30 30, March Fly Creek
1993-1996 O Wolf Creek Crater, Parry’s Lagoon, Smoke Creek, Emma Gorge, Winjana Gorge, Adcock Gorge, Gantheume Point, Smoke Creek, Watermans, Sorrento, Lake Deborah, half way to Balla Balla, Urala Station, Old Onslow, Lake MacLeod
1992 Moonwriting, Great Sandy Desert
Earthwords, Little Sandy Desert; Great Sandy Desert
Water Diviner, Canning Stock Route (Little Sandy Desert and Great Sandy Desert)
Processionary Caterpillar/Rubbish Tip, Mount Gibson Station
1991 Rate of Soil Formation: Two to Three Tonnes per Hectare per Year. Rate of Soil Loss: Two Hundred Tonnes per Hectare per Dust Storm Event, Quarry, Eighty Mile Beach, Lake Baladjie
Water Diviner, Pannawonica, Turner River
1990 Iceworks, Chilimony Station
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grants, awards and prizes
2012 Promotion and Marketing Grant, Department of Culture and the Arts
Minnawarra Art Award $1000 Acquisitive Prize
2010 Department of Culture and the Arts funding for Birdlife limited edition book (with Nyanda Smith, as Lethologica Press)
2009-2010 Australia Council Inter Arts Grant with SymbioticA for The Sixth Shore project
2007-2008 Australia Council SymbioticA Residency, Green, Grey or Dull Silver: art and the behavioural ecology of the Great Bowerbird, Chlamydera Nuchalis
2007 ArtsWA Artsflight to attend Walking and Art residency, Banff Centre, Canada
2003-2006 Australian Post Graduate Award
2003-2005 Edith Cowan University Post Gradate Excellence Award
2002 AFWA Basel Exchange Artist (ArtsWA funding), Switzerland/Germany
2001 Commendation, City of Perth Cultural Award
2000 2nd Prize, Shell Fremantle Print Award
1997-1999 Commonwealth Scholarship, British Government
1996-1998 Marten Bequest Travelling Scholarship, Sculpture Category
1996 Regents’ Fellowship, University of California, Santa Barbara
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bibliography
2013 Fairley, G. Artful penguins in Sydney Harbour: Penguins, ultrasound drawings, Bengal tigers, and freeform video are the subject of an exhibition at Cross Art Projects. ArtsHub News (14 October) http://visual.artshub.com.au/news-article/news/visual-arts/artful-penguins-in-sydney-harbour-196965
2012 Wilson, L. Over & down yonder & beyond. Laetitia Wilson: Yonder, PICA. RealTime (112), 44. http://www.realtimearts.net/article/112/10927
Dixon, D., Hawkins, H., & Straughan, E. (2012). Of human birds and living rocks: Remaking aesthetics for post-human worlds. Dialogues in Human Geography, 2(3), 249-270. doi: 10.1177/2043820612468692 http://dhg.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/2/3/249
Jorgenson, D. Take a wander over yonder. The West Australian (September 29-30), p. 73
Ryan, J. C. Review of birdlife. Landscapes, 5(1), 119-121. http://ro.ecu.edu.au/landscapes/vol5/iss1/22
Writing WA. (May 29). Writing WA recommends… A simple rain. The West Australian, p. 7. http://www.writingwa.org/booksreviewed/2012-reviews
Jokiranta, Miyuki. Permeate: Perdita Phillips [interview with the artist]. Off Track, ABC Radio National, Sunday 8 April Available from http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/offtrack/permeate3a-perdita-phillips/3932726.
Wilkinson, J. Drawn to Birds, a review of birdlife. RABBIT, 3(The Visual Issue), 172-175.
2011 Watt, Y. Book Review: Birdlife. Australian Animal Studies Group Bulletin, December, 40-41. http://www.aasg.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/AASG-Bulletin_Dec11.pdf
Writing WA. (December 8). Writing WA recommends… Birdlife. The West Australian, p. 7. http://www.writingwa.org/booksreviewed/2011-reviews
Artsource. Birdlife and Lethologica Press. Artsource Newsletter, Winter, 25.
Dixon, D., Straughan, E., & Hawkins, H. When Artists Enter the Laboratory. Science, 331(6019), 860 http://www.sciencemag.org/content/331/6019/860.1.short
Martin, C. Synergistic art. The Lancet, 377(9766), 630 http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(11)60217-1/fulltext?rss=yes
Dixon, D. Unruly Ecologies: Art, Science and the Monstrous. Unpublished paper presented at the VISCERAL: The Living Art Experiment Symposium, Science Gallery, Dublin.
2010 Dixon, D. Unruly Ecologies: Aesthetics, Ambiguity and Adaptation. Unpublished paper presented at the Symposium on Feminism and Ecological Futures, Bristol University.
Fries, D. Plein Air: Sharing the Edge of the Sixth Shore: Artists and Scientists Converge at Lake Clifton Terrain.org: A Journal of the Built & Natural Environments, 25(Spring/Summer), 84-85 from http://http://www.terrain.org/columns/25/fries.htm/
2009 Vickers, K. Yellow Vest Fever: digging and dealing. Art Monthly Australia, 223, 30-32
Snell, T. (5 March). Marks of a fluid landscape find their place The Australian, Arts, p. 10
Yeoman, W. (28 January). Changing our Perceptions. The West Australian, Today (Arts), pp. 6-7
Smith, N. The Yellow Vest Syndrome: recent West Australian art Artlink, 29(2), 84-85
Baucon, A. Geology in Art: An unorthodox path from visual arts to music. [Castelo Branco, Portugal]: Tracemaker.com
2008 Painter, S. (22 October). Self-truth all in the execution. The West Australian, Today, p. 7
Bovell, P. Wonder, Curiosity, Truth, Belief. In The Cosmology Gallery: Unity through diversity in a vast and awe inspiring universe (pp. 4-7). Gingin, W.A.: Gravity Discovery Centre Foundation.
Italiano, F. Birdlife. ArtSource Newsletter, Autumn, 5-6.
2007 Spencer, R. (19 October). Systems open to fresh classification. The West Australian, Visual Arts, Today, pp. 8-9.
2006 Williams, P. Cartographies. In P. Williams & B. Cotter (Eds.), Chart (pp. 4-14). Bentley, W.A.: John Curtin Gallery
Spencer, R. (28 October). Collating the world. The West Australian, Weekend Extra, p. 13.
Duffy, J. (4 October). Explorers map it out. The West Australian, Arts, Today, p. 6.
Spencer, R. (2 September). Walking the walk. The West Australian, Weekend Extra, p. 13
Jorgensen, D. Strange strolls: Review. Artlink, 26, 92 available at http://www.artlink.com.au/articles/2757/strange-strolls/
Marshall, J. Ghost sounds: Philadelphia, Paris, Fremantle… Realtime, 71 (February/March), 13.
Ihlein, L. Monday overdrive Radio 2SER. 30 January
Smith, N. Strange strolls. The Bulletin: Women’s Art Register, 39 (Summer).
2005 Arts: Salmon, one of a rare breed. (9 December). The West Australian, Today, p. 6.
Uhlmann, P. Leakage of sound. Artsource Newsletter, Spring, 12-13.
Hately, W. (November 5). Sound of the moment. The Fremantle Herald, p. 2.
2004 de Clario, D. for nothing. In D. de Clario (Ed.), for nothing (pp. 3-4). Midland, W.A.: The City of Swan.
Smith, N. (8 November). Natural brush with science: Perdita Phillips. The West Australian, Today, p. 9.
Spencer, R. (13 November). Spooking the spirits of art. The West Australian, Weekend Extra, pp. 14-15.
2003 de Clario, D. this walking thing. In S. Flindell, N. Milican & A. Beck (Eds.), The National Review of Live Art (pp. 10-13). Midland, W.A.: The City of Swan Cultural Development Office.
Smith, N. (28 October). Midland festival puts the body in question. The West Australian, Today, Arts, p. 6.
2002 Dean, B. Curator’s introduction. In Mnemotech: sense + scape + time + memory (pp. 2-3). Perth: Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts.
2001 Elliott, S. Multiple Bottom Lines. In P. Dailey (Ed.), Territory: a discussion of art and environments (pp. 6-15). Perth: ArtSource: the Artists Agency of WA.
O’Brien, S. do it: art can be nice if you travel to Australia. In R. Cook & S. O’Brien (Eds.), do it (pp. 13-16). Perth: Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery.
Scotney, T. Ribbons. In P. Williams, K. Wilkes & T. Scotney (Eds.), Ribbons. Perth: Ribbons.
Banks, R. (24 December). Winners take path to discovery. The West Australian, Today, p. 6.
The way things were. (3 May). The West Australian, Today, p. 7
2000 Cameron, G. The Power of the print. Art Monthly Australia, 135 (November), 22-24.
Underground living inspires new author. (October 10-16). Fremantle Gazette, p. 5.
Snell, T. (October 6). At last, poignant prize-winner packs a political punch. The Australian, The Arts, p. 16.
NT artists share print award. (2 September). The West Australian, p. 97.
1999 Wojtas, O. (May 7). Modern explorers chart demise of the ‘lone hero’. The Times, Higher Education Supplement, p. 11.
Artist uses geography to connect science and art. (1999, 9 June). The Voice, p. 7.
1997 Termite mound mover. (October 8). The Voice, p. 8
1995 Episode 12 , Landscape and you: Landscape review ECU21/95: Edith Cowan University.
Enviro-Art an element. (1995, 9 December). Fremantle Herald, p. 16.
Mitchell, B. (November 18). Tree art attacked. Fremantle Herald, p. 13.
1994 Bromfield, D. (10 September). Cultural collaborators paint vibrant portrait of Philippines in flux. The West Australian, On Show, Big Weekend, pp. 6-7.
Bell, S. (September 2). Artists draw on Filipino links. The West Australian, Today, p. 5.
1992 Goddard, J. Introduction. In D. Newton & J. Goddard (Eds.), work (artwork). (pp. 5-7). Perth: Department of Productivity and Labour Relations/Visual Culture Research Unit Curtin University.
Bromfield, D. (19 September). Artists explode myth that work is good for you. The West Australian, Big Weekend, p. 7.
Artrage responds naturally. (13 October). The West Australian, p. 39.
1991 Reid, R. (10 December). Art of graduating. The West Australian, Education Insight Liftout, pp. 6-7.
Worms’ eye view of art. (28 November). The West Australian, p. 52.
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publications
2012-2013 Artnotes: Western Australia, Art Monthly Australia March 2012 on-
2013 Perdita Phillips – Sounding and thinking like an ecosystem (co-author Merle Patchett). Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture. 27 114-128 http://www.antennae.org.uk/ANTENNAE%20ISSUE%2027.pdf
Observing across scales: Broome Bird Observatory as a site of multiple exchanges Animal Studies Journal, 2(1), 2013, 74-81. http://ro.uow.edu.au/asj/vol2/iss1/7
2012 Tarsh Bates: profile ArtSource Newsletter Summer 16-17
A simple rain (Perdita Phillips and Vivienne Glance) Fremantle: Lethologica Press.
Fieldwork with bowerbirds. Antennae: The Journal of Nature in Visual Culture 20 (Spring): 98-105, http://www.antennae.org.uk/ANTENNAE%20ISSUE%2020.docx.pdf.
Walk ’til you run out of water for the themed issue On Foot. Performance Research: A Journal of the Performing Arts 17(4), 97-109 http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13528165.2012.671078
2011 birdlife (with, Nandi Chinna, Michael Farrell, Graeme Miles, and Nyanda Smith). Edited by Nyanda Smith and Perdita Phillips. Fremantle: Lethologica Press.
The case of the lengthening legs: cane toads in northern Australia. In J. Bull (Ed.), Animal Movements • Moving Animals: essays on direction, velocity and agency in humanimal encounters (pp. 161-195). Uppsala: Uppsala University.>
2010 Clotted Life and Brittle Waters [Electronic Version]. Landscapes, 3(2)
2009 From elsewhere to nowhere. In P. Phillips (Ed.), Diagram. Fremantle: Lethologica Press
Diagram. [Exhibition Catalogue. Exhibition curated by P. Phillips and S. Elliott at Junction Gallery, 8 to 22 October 2009]. Fremantle: Lethologica Press
2007 fieldwork/fieldwalking: art, sauntering and science in the walkingcountry. PhD Visual arts Thesis, Edith Cowan University, Perth
A friendly practice. ArtSource Newsletter, Autumn (Resilience: on Art and Environments), 9, 22-23.
Resilience: Letter from our guest editor. ArtSource Newsletter, Autumn (Resilience: on Art and Environments), 5.
The trouble with sustainability. ArtSource Newsletter, Autumn (Resilience: on Art and Environments), 6-8
2006 A Short Walk in Winnipeg [guided walk pamphlet]. Fremantle: Lethologica Press
2005 strange strolls. [Exhibition Catalogue. Exhibition curated by P. Phillips at Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery, 18 November to 18 December 2005]. Fremantle: Lethologica Press.
2004 Two visual interventions in the space of a conference about beaches [Electronic Version]. International Centre for Landscape and Language, 2. Retrieved 6 December 2004 from http://www.landscapeandlanguagecentre.au.com/landscape_old/v2_2docs/pphillips/index.html [!sigh! dead link]
The Before (A work in 3 parts). In D. de Clario (Ed.), for nothing (pp. 3-4). Midland, W.A.: The City of Swan.
Phillips, P., & timothyboy. Counterproposal. Runway, 3 (published by Firstdraft Gallery).
Doing art and doing cultural geography: The fieldwork/field walking project. Australian Geographer, 35 (2), 151-159.
2001 Fieldwork [pamphlet] IASKA, Kellerberrin, Australia
Floristic Survey, Lake Barlee, Field Report 2000, Journal of Field Study International
2000 Fieldwork (Ashness Bridge) Ecumene 7 (1) 110-111
Objects in the Field Masters of Arts (Fine Arts) Thesis, Goldsmiths College, University of London.
1998 Encyclopaedia Isoptera: An encyclopaedia of the arts, sciences, literature and general information about termites. London: Telmatological Research Institute Press.
1989 The Australian land system approach and Rudall River National Park, Environmental Science Discussion Paper 1/89, Murdoch University
1988 Techniques for developing management plans and managing remote arid zone National Parks: A case study of Rudall River National Park, Honours Thesis in Environmental Science, Murdoch University
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experiences
2013-current Arts Worker, DADAA
2012-current Online Tutor Open Universities Australia (Curtin University of Technology) Bachelor of Arts (Art)
Western Australian Artnotes Correspondent, Art Monthly Australia
2013 Art on the Move training Professional Development Program 2.2.2 Handling Artwork, 2.2.3 Introduction to Condition Reporting, 2.3.4 Hanging Techniques for 2D Artworks
PhD Examiner, Victoria University, Melbourne
PhD Research Proposal Reviewer, Edith Cowan University Faculty of Education and the Arts
External Examiner, SymbioticA, The Centre for Excellence in Biological Arts, The University of Western Australia, Masters in Biological Arts Candidate
Presented Anticipatory histories, Little Penguins and minisubs: artistic practices in post-sustainable worlds at The Aesthetics of Sustainability, 3-4 October. Curtin University
Presented Living Time at Field_Notes – Deep Time, Finnish Society of Bioart, Academy of Fine art, Helsinki, Finland
Presented The cracks to come: notes on an urban ecoaesthetic at Institute of Australian Geographers Conference, The University of Western Australia.
Presented Zombie environmentalism and cyclonic change (version 2) at Future Nature, Future Culture[s] 2013 Balance-Unbalance Conference, May 31 to June 2, Noosa, Queensland
2012 Judge 2012 Joondalup Invitational Art Award
FTI shortcourse in Final Cut Pro X
Presented Zombie environmentalism and cyclonic change at Catastrophe and Creativity, Edith Cowan University, Perth
Presented Constructing a resilience aesthetic in the face of zombie environmentalism at Regarding the Earth: Ecological Vision in Word and Image, Monash University, Melbourne
Lecturer Edith Cowan University School of Communication and Arts 2nd year VIS2530 Field and Studio
Guest Lecturer Aesthetic Crossovers in Art and Science VISA2214, SymbioticA, The University of Western Australia
Research Proposal Reviewer, Edith Cowan University Faculty of Education and the Arts
External Examiner, Edith Cowan University School of Communication and Contemporary Arts Honours Candidate
Presented Walk ‘til you run out of water, or ecosystem complexity and other things at Imaging Nature II 20-22 June, Tarraleah, Tasmania
2011-2012 Unit Coordinator/Online Tutor Open Universities Australia (Curtin University of Technology) Bachelor of Arts (Art)
2011 External Examiner, Edith Cowan University School of Communication and Contemporary Arts Graduating Class
Lecturer Polytechnic West Department of Art and Design
Guest Lecturer Aesthetic Crossovers in Art and Science VISA2214, SymbioticA, The University of Western Australia
Curated (as Lethologica Press) Art/Text/Clearinghouse Project + Western Australian Photographic Book Survey, Perth Centre for Photography
Judge for 2011 Western Australian Environmental Art Awards, Conservation Council of Western Australia
Presented Ecosystem complexity and adaptive art practices at Balance Unbalance conference, Concordia University, Montreal
Presented draft Walk ‘til you run out of water at Createc Research Colloquium, 15 August, Faculty of Education and Arts, Edith Cowan University, Perth
Created soundtrack for Eva Fernández’s installation (terra) australis incognita at the Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle
Judge for Printmakers Association’s 2011 Western Australian Printmaker’s Award
Guest talk Clotted life and brittle waters and Masters seminar Remapping Aber, Institute of Geography & Earth Sciences, University of Aberystwyth, UK
2010-2011 Research Associate at SymbioticA, The Centre for Excellence in Biological Arts, The University of Western Australia
2010 ArtSource 6 x 6: Shades of Green talk on green art practices, 16 November 2010
Guest talk at ArtSource Marketing Workshop: Promoting your Art, 20 November 2010
Organised, convened and curated Unruly ecologies: biodiversity and art symposium for SymbioticA http://symbiotica-adaptation.com
External Examiner Edith Cowan University School of Communication and Contemporary Arts Masters Candidate
Introduction to Project Management course by The Training Facilitation Group
Lecturer Exploring Soundscapes – lines and narratives Workshop, Lake Clifton
Observing across scales: Broome Bird Observatory as a singular site of multiple exchanges image essay selected for Animal Studies Journal
fieldwork/fieldwalking thesis selected as the top three abstracts in Leonardo Abstracts Service Database with a further offer of a paper for Leonardo, Journal of Arts, Sciences and Technology
Waves and shores in a sound artwork at Createc Research Colloquium, 17 August, Faculty of Education and Arts, Edith Cowan University, Perth
The case of the lengthening legs: cane toads in northern Australia presented at Animal Movements • Moving Animals conference, 26-28 May, Centre for Gender Research, Uppsala University, Sweden
Workshop participant at Experimenting with Geography, Institute of Geography, University of Edinburgh
Workshop participant at Wildlife Sound Recording at Kindrogan Field Studies Centre by Roger Broughton and Phil Riddett, Kindrogan, Scotland
Consultant, ArtSource Onslow public art brainstorm session
Clotted Life and Brittle Waters presented at Hydrobotanics, 17 November, School of Communication and the Arts, Edith Cowan University, Perth
2009-2010 Research Administrator The Centre for Research in Art, Science and Humanity, Curtin University Department of Art
2009 Co-curated with Stuart Elliott Diagram, Junction Gallery, Midland
External Examiner Edith Cowan University School of Communication and Contemporary Arts Honours and Masters Candidates
Tutor Open Universities Australia Curtin University Department of Art
Lecturer Swan TAFE Department of Art and Design
Lecturer Edith Cowan University School of Communication and Contemporary Arts first year sculpture
Sessional Academic (seminar lecturer) Curtin University of Technology Department of Art
Attended 2009 Australian Wildlife Sound Recording Group Workshop at Gundabooka National Park, near Bourke, New South Wales
2006–2009 Conservation Committee Secretary, Wildflower Society of Western Australia
2008 Lecturer/Mentor Edith Cowan University School of Communication and Contemporary Arts 3rd years and first year sculpture
Online Tutor Curtin University Department of Art
Lecturer, Weekend workshop, Soundscapes and Walkscapes, Margaret River Centre for Curtin University of Technology
Sessional Academic (seminar lecturer) Curtin University of Technology Department of Art
2007 Thinking skin project with anthropologist Jane Mulcock. Presented work at the Animals and Society II: Considering animals, 3-6 July, Old Woolstores, Hobart, Tasmania
2007-2008 Lecturer Swan TAFE Art and Design Department, Midland Advanced Diploma Environmental Art and Design
External Examiner Edith Cowan University School of Communication and Contemporary Arts Graduating Class
External Examiner Edith Cowan University School of Communication and Contemporary Arts Masters program
Guest Editor Resilience: on Art and Environments ArtSource Newsletter, Autumn 2007
Artist participant Shire of Busselton interdisciplinary design team for Busselton Entry Statement
2006 External Examiner Edith Cowan University School of Communication and Contemporary Arts Graduating Class
Sessional Academic Edith Cowan University School of Communication and Contemporary Arts Sculpture Program
Strange strolls: translation and transformation in sound art walking projects at Senses of Place: Exploring concepts and expressions of place through different senses and lenses, 6 to 8 April, School of Art, University of Tasmania, Hobart
Scotch College Analemmatic Sundial Public Art Project
2005 Curated and organised strange strolls, a sound and walking art project with 16 Australian and international artists at the Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery
Lone Twin performance workshop, NRLA Midland
Presented the conference paper Transformation, luminance, fading, stranding and walking at Colour thro’ the looking glass, 29 September, Colour Society of Australia, Fremantle
Presented the conference paper Ordinary wilderness at Be true to the Earth: Inaugural Conference of the Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment (Australia-New Zealand) 31 March to 1 April 2005, Monash University, Melbourne
2004 Selected for Mediaspace Beyond the Keyboard Workshop
The ‘Soul of the Whiteant’ and other stories talk to public at Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery as part of Primates show by Lisa Roet
Presented the conference paper ‘Spirals, tracks and trackless wastes: Walking the city and walking the ordinary wilderness’ at Palimpsests: Transforming communities, 11 to 12 November, Curtin University, Perth
South Atwell (Harmony) Primary School Public Art Project
2003 Organised OCH15 exhibition of Old Customs House artists, Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery, Fremantle
TAFE Photography Black and White Darkroom Techniques Course
2001-2003 Lecturer Midland TAFE Art and Design Department
2002 Sound Production Recording Course, Film and Television Institute of WA
2001-2002 Committee Member The Photography Centre of Western Australia
Developed and ran community workshops and designed Timebrook artwork for Hartfield Federation Park Wildlife Viewing Platform, Forrestfield.
2000-2002 Adjunct Research Fellow Curtin University of Technology School of Art
2001 Selected for 2004 Floating Land Project, Noosa regional Art Gallery
Participant in Lacuna art and performance project at Lake Barlee
Coordinator 2nd Year Program Curtin University of Technology School of Art Sculpture Program
2000 Design submission for WA Department of the Arts City of Lights Public Art Project
Short course in Japanese bookbinding, Fremantle Arts Centre
1997-1998 PGDip Representative for Course Monitoring Meetings, Goldsmiths College, University of London
1996-1997 Teaching Assistant University of California, Santa Barbara
1993-1996 Environmental Officer, Argyle Diamond Mines
1995 CRA Environmental Technology Workshop Sampling and Analysis for Environmental Monitoring
Lirrkarn Kerrem Cross Cultural Awareness Course, Warmun
Environmental Team Safety Officer
Peer Support Training
Environmental Section Soils Course conducted by D.C. Blandford and Associates
1994 Off Road Driving Course
Artist’s Impression and Design for Kununurra Botanic Garden
1992-1994 Initiated organisation of an exchange exhibition Tugmaan: Ties that Bind between Filipino and Australian Artists
1992 Collaborated with Michelle Slarke in A Few Shingles Loose (A passionate Deception), for Ozone to Nozone, Fremantle Arts Centre, Fremantle
1991 Collaborated with Andrew Leslie in Take, Choose, Discard One, For Seventh Annual Collaborative Print Award, Arts House, Perth
Guest Tutor Curtin University of Technology School of Art First-Year Fine Art Program
1988-1991 Part Time Tutor Murdoch University Environmental Science Program N216 Route Finding and Navigation for Scientific Expeditions and N212 Population Resources and Environment
1988 Short course in papermaking, Fremantle Arts Centre
1987 Team member in writing Draft Management Plan for Lake Yangebup
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collections and public art
Armadale City Council collection, Armadale
School of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences, Murdoch University
Cosmology Gallery, Gravity Discovery Centre, Gingin
Scotch College Analemmatic Sundial Public Art Project
South Atwell (Harmony) Primary School Public Art Project
Waalitij Collection, York
Timebrook Community Artwork, Hartfield Federation Park, Forrestfield, Perth
Department of Geography, Royal Holloway, University of London, United Kingdom
Private Collections Australia, United Kingdom, USA