un Projects is based on the unceded sovereign land and waters of the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation; we pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.
un Projects

Micröbius Tract(ion) is designed to be folded into a möbius loop. Holding the print lengthwise, make a loop, then twist it once, so there is one continuous surface. Join the narrow edges together with tape, stickers, glue, clips or pins.

This work is the second iteration of its kind produced for Micro-(bial) Tenancies, curated by Abbra Kotlarczyk for BLINDSIDE Gallery’s 2020 Emerging Curator Mentorship program, under guidance of Kyla McFarlane. Micro-(bial) Tenancies was conceived as a multi-platform project presented online at microbialtenant.net and on-site at BLINDSIDE Gallery, Naarm/Melbourne, December 2020 ~ March 2021.

Project participants: Amy Jane Parker, Beth Sometimes, Brighid Fitzgerald, Debris Facility Pty Ltd, Isadora Vaughan, Kate Hill, Sarita Gálvez, Stefanie Hessler + Diana Policarpo & Jenna Sutela.

This project was developed on the stolen lands of the Woiworung, Gadubanud and Gundungurra peoples. Sovereignty has never been ceded. We offer deepest respects to Elders past, present and emerging.

Text by Abbra Kotlarczyk
Artwork by Debris Facility Pty Ltd
Concept & Design by Abbra Kotlarczyk & Debris Facility Pty Ltd
Insert; double-sided print on paper, gentian violet, 12.5cm x 83.5cm

Abbra Kotlarczyk is an artist, curator, writer and editor raised on the unceded lands of the Arakwal peoples, currently living and working on Woiworung Country in Naarm/Melbourne. Debris Facility is a para-corporate entity foundead in 2015 to interrupt value exchanges. Institutionally affiliated with Liquid Architecture and VCA, they work 24/7 on stolen land, water, air.