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un Anthology now available!

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un Anthology 2004-2014: a decade of art and ideas

The un Anthology is new book celebrating ten years of un Magazine.

A compendium of articles, essays, reviews and artist pages selected from a decade of publishing, un Anthology offers a unique take on Australia's independent contemporary art scene. Featuring hundreds of artists and writers from un Magazine's archive plus new commissions from Lily Hibberd and Kelly Fliedner, Anthony Gardner, Justin Clemens, Bianca Hester, and Lisa Radford, the book is co-edited by Ulanda Blair, Rosemary Forde and Phip Murray.

Available for order via the un Projects online shop.


Image by Madeleine Chiller from the launch of un Magazine 10.2 and the *un Anthology, October 2016.*

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un Magazine 10.2 Out Now - In Print & Online

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The print and online editions of un Magazine 10.2 are out now. Edited by Shelley McSpedden, this issue reflects on questions of community, collectivity and social connection in the context of a globalised world.

10.2 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. The online verson is viewable on our issues page.

un Magazine 10.2
LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

Nikos Pantazopoulos, Virginia Fraser, Elvis Richardson, Raafat Ishak, Ross Coulter, Tom Civil, Sam Wallman, Phuong Ngo, Laura Castgnini, Rose Gibbs, Tristen Harwood, Tiarney Miekus, Zanny Begg, Pedro de Almeida, Sumugan Sivanesan, Elise Routledge, Luke Letourneau, Anusha Kenny, Michelle James, Lauren Burrow, Georgina Griddle, Matthew Taft, Julian R. Murphy, Georgia Robenstone, Anna Dunnill, Nick Terrell, Nathan Gray, Nick Modrzewski.

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Introducing the Editor of un Magazine Volume 11

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un Projects are pleased to announce that David Capra will be editor of Volume 11 of un Magazine in 2017.

David Capra is a Sydney based artist who has a history of working with communities. In 2015 he co-directed with Kate Blackmore, Motion Pictures: A Festival of New Cinema in Fairfield NSW; in 2014 he curated a comprehensive survey of Western Sydney for an edition of Das Superpaper. In 2013 Capra invited the public to dance alongside Teena his dachshund in a throne room inspired by the The Wizard of Oz (Workout, MCA). In Birthing Things in the Spirit: The Water Birth, he developed a synchronised swimming performance with locals at Eaglevale Pool (Campbelltown Arts Centre, 2014); in Ministry of Handshakes (2013) he greeted the public with a 2 meter prosthetic arm inspired by encounters with Elizabeth, who moves through Sydney trains and shakes commuter's hands. In 2015 Capra was commissioned to create Teena's Bathtime for the Bella Room (National Centre for Creative Learning, MCA), an experiential space designed for people with specific needs. He recently launched a fragrance, Teena's Bathtime: Eau de Wet Dogge. Soon after he collaborated with the 7 Network to produce a new infomercial video work.

un Magazine 11.1 and 11.2 will launch in April and October 2017 respectively.

**Image credit: Zan Wimberley*

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Lily Hibberd's Editorial in the First un Magazine

— April 18th, 2016 —

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