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Inviting proposals for issue 15.2

un Projects is now calling for proposals for un Magazine issue 15.2, edited by Snack Syndicate (Andrew Brooks and Astrid Lorange) to be published October/November 2021. ‘As we re-emerge from a period of isolation, we are confronted by ongoing and intensifying crises that pose a threat to a collective vision of the future and reproduction (of the body, the […]

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Launch of issue 15.1

un Projects is excited to launch the next issue of un Magazine, 15.1: SURPLUS, edited by Snack Syndicate (Astrid Lorange + Andrew Brooks). Due to the Melbourne lockdown we have rescheduled the launch, which will now be held virtually on Wednesday June 9th, from 6.30pm. Please rsvp to [email protected] We will be hosting physical launches […]

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Katie West, ‘seep’ edition

With ‘seep’, Katie shares two images derived from documenting her natural dyeing process. Greyish fabric dyed with eucalyptus leaves and bark collected in Naarm while making the series Warna (ground), alongside flowers and leaves from the post-dyeing process, gathered around Iremugadu (Roebourne), Western Australia. This image is a reflection on the threads of care and […]

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Welcoming Kathryne Genevieve Honey

We’re so pleased to welcome Kathryne Genevieve Honey to the role of un Projects General Manager. Kathryne brings with her a wealth of experience and passion, and we are thrilled to have her on board. Kathryne Genevieve Honey is an artist, writer and producer living as a guest on the unceded lands of the Wurundjeri […]

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Editors of un 15

We’re so pleased to announce Snack Syndicate (Astrid Lorange and Andrew Brooks) as the guest editors for un Magazine volume 15. Astrid and Andrew will produce two issues of un Magazine, 15.1 and 15.2, to be launched in June and November 20201 respectively. Astrid Lorange and Andrew Brooks live and work on unceded Wangal land. […]

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Singing the Archive – presenting Ara Irititja

What you are about to read is a demonstration of Ara Irititja given at the International Australian Studies Association (InASA) Conference in December 2016.[^1] In the darkened lecture theatre, a clip from the Ara Irititja archive is projected onto the wall. It shows old people including Rene Kulitja’s father Walter Pukutiwara performing inma at a […]

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un Projects’ Letter to the Senate Committee

As was widely reported, the way in which the Federal Government supports the Australia Council changed dramatically this year. A total of $105 million, around 15 per cent of the Council’s budget, will be diverted to a new fund called the National Program of Excellence in Arts (NPEA) where grants are decided by the federal […]