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

un 10.1

ed. Shelley McSpedden

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Editorial: Co-working
Shelley McSpedden and Meredith Turnbull
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Collective objects of anxiety: Things encountered and enacted in Paris, Autumn 2015
Tessa Zettel
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How to: do the work
Deirdre Cannon
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Theoretical Waveform Instrument for Earth Generation 2016
Pia van Gelder
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The life support of the brand
Richard Frater
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Energy, agency and the elemental materialism of Nicholas Mangan, David Haines and Joyce Hinterding
Ella Mudie
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Jaba River, Middle Tailings from the Panguna mine, Bougainville 2009; Dunlop Australia Tyres, Upper Tailings of the Panguna mine, Jaba River, Bougainville 2009
Taloi Havini
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Art Matter / Art Objects / Art Things: Reject the commodity and perform. Materialism ain’t cool.
Natalie Thomas
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Interview with Tahjee Moar
Shelley McSpedden and Meredith Turnbull
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Reports from a Kitchen
Tom Melick
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Reinstating the smoko
Lana Lopesi
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Transit 2016
Manon van Kouswijk
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Nods all round: orientations in recent spatial practice
Emily Castle
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Interview with Glenn Iseger-Pilkington
Alana Hunt
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The artist as transcendental empiricist
Andrea Eckersley
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Becoming together: subject–object encounters
Tristen Harwood
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Leave this noisy sphere
Deborah Birch
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The deep clap of bronze against bronze reverberates over a stretch of space
Saskia Doherty
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Monster soup, after William Heath 2016; Monster soup, further detail (growing animals) 2016; Monster soup, further detail (growing indigo) 2016
Isadora Vaughan
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Sharing one cup
Chris Griffiths
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Material co-existence: beyond materiality and agency
Anatol Pitt
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Peoples’ plumbing: objects and pipes in Sean Peoples’ recent work
Helen Hughes
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A world before the chunking happens
Sophia Dacy-Cole
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Pencil rubbing of plaque: plaque was originally shown in the front garden of Linden (St Kilda) as part of Jessie Bullivant’s exhibition Both at Once 2014
Jessie Bullivant
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We’re Drowning! Now What!?
Kelly Fliedner
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Splitting | Sides
Chloé Wolifson
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Rapa Nui Ranelagh
Michael Ascroft
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Body Information Workshops
Lucy Forsberg
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Feeling Material
Jeremy Eaton
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124,908
Scott McCulloch
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The deep clap of bronze against bronze reverberates over a stretch of space
Saskia Doherty
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Wizard Rolling
Andrea Eckersley and Susan Jacobs
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Interview With Artist and Theorist Erin Manning
Sophia Dacy-Cole
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Never Not Working - Interview With Despo Debby of Debby Doesn't Do It For Free, 2016
Vincent Silk
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‘Recollect and Reconnect’ and ‘Djaraba’s Nura’
Mashara Wachjudy
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How Aborigines Invented the Idea of Object-Oriented Ontology
Dylan Rainforth
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Moss. Thoughts on entanglement, representation and the material world
Anatol Pitt
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Seeing through Screens: Digital Media in the Gallery Space
Matthew Taft and Julian R. Murphy
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The materiality of language: poetry and text based visual art as co-worker
Melody Paloma