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un Magazine 16.1 available now

un Magazine issue 16.1, edited by Hilary Thurlow and D Harding is available to purchase now!

All issues of un Magazine are available online for free. Read our extensive archive of reviews and critique from the last 20 years of un Magazine online. 
Although, only those who purchase a printed copy of un Magazine will receive the beautiful limited edition poster by Brain Martin. Go to our website to get your copy now!

Read issue 16.1 online here!
(Or buy a copy of the magazine here!)

Work for un

un Projects is seeking a General Manager to lead the organisation into 2023 and beyond! This two-day per week role is an exciting opportunity for someone committed to independent art, critical discourse, and local ecologies.

Read the full Position Description here!
Applications close 5pm, Wednesday 14 September 2022

(from left) Quishile Charan, Genda phool dye, 2022, cotton and genda, 1110 x 960mm; Hibiscus and Genda phool eco-dye, 2021, cotton, genda and hibiscus, 1150 x 960mm; Hibiscus phool dye (2), 2022, cotton and hibiscus, 1150 x 960mm, Hibiscus phool dye (1), 2022, cotton and hibiscus, 1150 x 960mm. West Space. Photo courtesy of Janelle Low.
Gabriella Imrichova, methods for collapse, 2022, live performance installation. Performers: Roslyn Orlando, Sophie Gragan, Mara Galagher and Anika de Ruyter. Photography: Nick James Archer.
Image from the article ‘From Time to Time’ by Milly Mitchel-Anyon in un Magazine 16.1. Image credits: Hariata Ropata-Tangahoe, Self-portrait, 1982, oil over hessian over board, BNZ Collection 
Launch of un Magazine issue 15.2 at Cement Fondu, Sydney. Edited by Snack Syndicate.

un Extended review

Now online is the next article published as part of Paul Boyé’s un Extended Editor-in-Residence!

Julia Rose Bak has written a review of Quishile Charan and Zaiba Khan’s exhibition ‘Angna Mein’ at West Space.

Arriving at ‘Angna Mein’, Indo-Fijian artists Quishile Charan and Zaiba Khan generously introduce us to their inherited craft-based practices. Described as “a seeding of memories,” both Charan and Khan offer tender renditions of the handicrafts passed down from their grandmothers; Khan’s dadi and Charan’s aaji. In these works we are introduced to the passing down of narratives, histories, and legacies, with Khan and Charan sharing the cultural practices inherited through the hands and spirits of their elders and ancestors.

un Projects’ Editor-in-Residence Program is supported by the City of Yarra.

Read more here …

KINGS x un Projects Emerging Writers Program

The next article for the KINGS + un Projects Emerging Writers Program is now live on un Extended!

Anna McDermott has reviewed ‘methods for collapse (m4c) by Gabriella Imrichova, with performances by Roslyn Orlando, Sophie Gragan, Mara Galagher and Anika de Ruyter at BLINDSIDE.

I liken the performers’ apathetic pottering to a tongue-in-cheek mimicry of the shackles of capitalist regime. Subtle hints towards consumerism are located via reoccurring ‘props’ such as cans of Diet Coke, Chupa Chups and chip-packet varieties. These items are mindlessly consumed and discarded haphazardly throughout the gallery, gradually forming an archive of bodily trace and detritus.

This text was commissioned through the Emerging Writers’ Program. An annual collaborative project, from KINGS and un Projects.

Read more here.

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