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Matt Siddall

Salt + Loving; Halophile

Artists: Grace Ferguson, Emma Phillips, Trevor Santos and Annika Koops Curator: Josephine Mead Coming to Naarm/Melbourne from Western Australia, a trip to the ocean does not feel like an item to tick off a list of things to savour; instead, it became a marginally experienced activity during the warmer months. Victorians have their park picnics, […]

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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. […]

Deirdre Cannon

Artist’s Artists

Artists: Beau Emmett, Jordan Halsall, Reiko Miyazawa, John-Elio Reitman, and Victoria Stolz Curator: Kathryne Genevieve Honey Artist’s Artists was the last show at CAVES to run its course without a live audience to parse the work of its contributors in real time. Like much visual art programming in Naarm/Melbourne over the past eight months, the […]

Jenna Rain Warwick

A Conversation with Maya Hodge

Maya Hodge is a proud Lardil woman raised in Mildura, Victoria. Based on Kulin Country, Maya is an emerging poet, artist, curator and musician whose work explores healing through the arts. Maya is a co-winner of the PEN Mildura Indigenous Writers Award. This conversation took place during the COVID-19 lockdown, prompted by Maya’s participation in […]

Clare McLeod

The Place One Lives

Artists: Amrita Hepi, Miko Revereza, Talia Smith and Leyla Stevens Curator: Josephine Mead The existence and placement of the punctuation in the title the place one lives., is subtly suggestive of the screening’s handling of its central theme of home. By its nature, the full stop indicates a cessation or state of completion. However, the […]

Angela Glindemann

Neighbour

Artists: Amrita Hepi and Sam Lieblich Curators: Max Delany, Annika Kristensen and Miriam Kelly It’s another day in COVID-19 lockdown, one of those formless days filled with internet tabs. I arrive on the ACCA Open website looking for something to feel. I visit Neighbour. The chatbot greets me, asking if I might consider helping it […]

Thomas McCammon

Multiply

Artist: Archie Barry Curators: Max Delany, Annika Kristensen and Miriam Kelly I try to participate in Archie Barry’s new art on the internet. I open the browser to Multiply and press play, bow the laptop with its residual slime, symposiums, ‘catch-ups’ and wash my hands. I’ve racked them up, reams of micro-films and they touch, […]

Jenna Rain Warwick

Koorie Heritage Trust’s ‘Affirmation’ Exhibition: First Nations Photography and Archival Legacy

The Koorie Heritage Trust’s Affirmation exhibition brings together four multi-disciplinary Aboriginal artists – Paola Balla, Deane Gilson, Tashara Roberts and Pierra Sparks – whose photography practices author land kinship and interrogate the illegitimate truths of the federation.[^1] The exhibition initially came about as a contribution to the Photo2020 International Festival of Photography, which has been […]

Dale Collier and Beatrice Rubio-Gabriel

Dale and Beatrice: An Exchange (Part IV)

In response to the impacts of the current COVID-19 crisis on our community, KINGS Artist-Run and un Projects are collaborating with Bus Projects, TCB Art Inc. and SEVENTH to profile a range of artistic projects that have been impacted by the temporary closure of their physical spaces. By collaborating with these organisations to publish interviews, […]

Dale Collier and Beatrice Rubio-Gabriel

Dale and Beatrice: An Exchange (Part III)

In response to the impacts of the current COVID-19 crisis on our community, KINGS Artist-Run and un Projects are collaborating with Bus Projects, TCB Art Inc. and SEVENTH to profile a range of artistic projects that have been impacted by the temporary closure of their physical spaces. By collaborating with these organisations to publish interviews, […]

Huni Mancini

Tracing the rhizomatic threads in Sione Monū’s Returning Traces: Our Ancestors Left Us Clues

Following the contours of my body an archive an assembly of history’s traces left in me. The impression is hazy ill defined. The act of tracing is precarious … Using what little is known the tools at my disposal a cloudy tongue the fuzzy logic of Google’s algorithm Gradually unearthing a picture my ancestor’s movements […]

Dale Collier and Beatrice Rubio-Gabriel

Dale and Beatrice: An Exchange (Part II)

In response to the impacts of the current COVID-19 crisis on our community, KINGS Artist-Run and un Projects are collaborating with Bus Projects, TCB Art Inc. and SEVENTH to profile a range of artistic projects that have been impacted by the temporary closure of their physical spaces. By collaborating with these organisations to publish interviews, […]

Dale Collier and Beatrice Rubio-Gabriel

Dale and Beatrice: An Exchange (Part I)

In response to the impacts of the current COVID-19 crisis on our community, KINGS Artist-Run and un Projects are collaborating with Bus Projects, TCB Art Inc. and SEVENTH to profile a range of artistic projects that have been impacted by the temporary closure of their physical spaces. By collaborating with these organisations to publish interviews, […]

Marley Holloway-Clarke and Kate ten Buuren

Marley Holloway-Clarke in conversation with Kate ten Buuren

In response to the impacts of the current COVID-19 crisis on our community, KINGS Artist-Run and un Projects are collaborating with Bus Projects, TCB Art Inc. and SEVENTH to profile a range of artistic projects that have been impacted by the temporary closure of their physical spaces. By collaborating with these organisations to publish interviews, […]

Alex Hobba and Jordan Halsall

Alex Hobba in conversation with Jordan Halsall

In response to the impacts of the current COVID-19 crisis on our community, KINGS Artist-Run and un Projects are collaborating with Bus Projects, TCB Art Inc. and SEVENTH to profile a range of artistic projects that have been impacted by the temporary closure of their physical spaces. By collaborating with these organisations to publish interviews, […]

Annabel Blue

Tom Polo: exit strategy

In a time of perpetual unknowns, the idea of an exit point — someplace beyond this moment — is guiding our present. In his current exhibition exit strategy held at STATION gallery, Tom Polo explores themes of arrival and departure, and the strategy one might physically, emotionally and psychologically undertake before they are to happen. […]

Alice Watson

Nunzio Madden: Bush Doof

Artist: Nunzio Madden Curator: Olivia Koh Nunzio Madden’s video work, Bush Doof (2019) begins with a voicemail. The call contains the details of an accident – a child has fallen off the back of a tractor driven by their dad. The caller, the dad, is ringing to apologise and tells the artist, the child who […]

Zara Sully (aka Zara Sullivan) and Ellen Yeong Gyeong Son

Drag / Dick & Ducks / Fabrics / COVID-19 / Angels

In response to the impacts of the current COVID-19 crisis on our community, KINGS Artist-Run and un Projects are collaborating with Bus Projects, TCB Art Inc. and SEVENTH to profile a range of artistic projects that have been impacted by the temporary closure of their physical spaces. By collaborating with these organisations to publish interviews, […]

Alex Cuffe and Briony Galligan

Alex Cuffe in conversation with Briony Galligan

In response to the impacts of the current COVID-19 crisis on our community, KINGS Artist-Run and un Projects are collaborating with Bus Projects, TCB Art Inc. and SEVENTH to profile a range of artistic projects that have been impacted by the temporary closure of their physical spaces. By collaborating with these organisations to publish interviews, […]

Azza Zein

Tongue In Crisis

Super(im)position, enduring (non-place) can be watched in full here. Zoomed out consciousness Virtual meetings Uncertainty or indeterminacy? Lockdown as a pause A gap year perhaps Retention of a mirage with a red eye Loss of smell and touch I insist on zooming in and eyeing closer A ‘spiritual catastrophe’?[^1] There is no escape from this […]

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