un Magazine Issue 10.1 Out Now
The print edition of un Magazine 10.1 is out now.
Edited by Shelley McSpedden and Meredith Turnbull, this issue reflects on recent philosophical and artistic investigations into the productive forces of the material world and the potential of objects.
10.1 was sub-edited by Alana Hunt and designed by Brad Haylock.
FREE print editions can be picked up across Melbourne, Australia and the world at the distribution points listed here. (Not all locations may have copies yet at the time of this notice.)
The online version, with additional web-only content, will be viewable on our issues page soon.
un Magazine 10.1
LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS
Michael Ascroft, Deborah Birch, Jessie Bullivant, Deirdre Cannon, Emily Castle, Sophia Dacy-Cole, Saskia Doherty, Jeremy Eaton, Andrea Eckersley, Kelly Fliedner, Lucy Forsberg, Richard Frater, Chris Griffiths, Tristen Harwood, Taloi Havini, Helen Hughes, Glenn Iseger-Pilkington, Susan Jacobs, Lana Lopesi, Scott McCulloch, Tom Melick, Tahjee Moar, Ella Mudie, Julian Murphy and Matthew Taft, Melody Paloma, Anatol Pitt, Dylan Rainforth, Vincent Silk, Natalie Thomas, Pia van Gelder, Manon van Kouswijk, Isadora Vaughan, Mashara Wachjudy, Chloé Wolifson and Tessa Zettel.
un Magazine Back Issues Now Online
un Projects is pleased to finally announce that the entire un Magazine back catalogue is now online.
Since 2004 un Magazine has published some of Australia's best writing on art by the most exciting new, emerging and established art writers. The un Magazine back catalogue, from issue 1.1 through to issue 9.2, and taking in occasional supplements, is an an intriguing and substantial record of more than a decade of art in Australia as it pertains to artists and art organisations of all types. We hope you enjoy diving in to the collection as much as we have.
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