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un Magazine 4.2

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Contents

1.
Editorial
2.
‘I’m So Ready’ — Kate Newby’s ‘Open’
3.
You Can Learn Stuff Without Spending Money (…While Not Feeling Guilty About Watching Tv) — Freeschool In Melbourne
4.
Hello, Universe… — When It All Comes Into Sight / All Your Hopes And Dreams Vibrating At The Speed Of Light
5.
The Future And The Public School
6.
Intimate Encounters With The Public — Charlie Sofo’s B.E.D. And Jason Maling’s The Vorticist
7.
Making and Maintaining Space — Artist-Run Initiatives Negotiating Compliance
8.
Big Pencil Drawing
9.
Attempting Alchemy — Using the Critical Strategy Outlined in David Keenan’s ‘Childhoods’ End’ to Expand on Amelia Douglas’ Notion of ‘Pyschotropicalism’
10.
Recovery Of Perception
11.
Notes from a Cretaceous World
12.
What I want from poetry
13.
The Memorial
14.
Rounds
15.
Free Store
16.
Ambianxe
17.
Lionel Marchetti and Yoko Higashi
18.
SUPER MARKET
19.
the Double Coincidence
20.
Burros Ballot
21.
Pebble Botanica and (There Will Be A) New Garden
22.
The First Working Retrospective of the Fauxist International
23.
Lazy Slum

ISSN 1449-6747 (print)
ISSN 1449-955X (online)

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Cover image:

Andrew McQualter
the Double Coincidence: Studies for an understanding of the economic system (detail) 2010
collaborative drawing with Conal Thwaite, one from an ongoing series of collaborative drawings
graphite and colour pencil on paper
59.0 × 84.0 cm
Courtesy of the artist