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 7.1

ed. Jarrod Rawlins & Robert McKenzie

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Editorial: Mutter, ich bin dumm
Jarrod Rawlins
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Is the research your practice, or is the practice your research?
Helen Johnson
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Post-irony
Timothy McCool
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The university in the age of witchcraft
Lauren Bliss
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No creation but through submission
Justin Clemens
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Experience and perceptions of ‘children’s research’ and the educational turn
Kym Maxwell
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The whore’s hustler and the hustler’s whore: A speculative review of Melbourne Now
Aodan Madden & Beth Rose Caird
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Funny or serious? Not necessarily light material
Anya Henis
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Information management: << . >> post-script: BORING BORING
Lisa Radford
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Theses on art and knowledge
Danny Butt
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The importance of being earnest while conducting nonsense research as strategic credibility mongering: a defence
Thomas Jeppe
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Towards a positive cynicism
Dan Arps
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Cloth of the world
Matthew Shannon
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Doctor Doctor: The emergence of the practice-led PhD
Sophie Knezic
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Visible actions
Helen Grogan, Eugenia Lim & Elvis Richardson
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Conversation with a Head, Severed
Harriet Kate Morgan
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Ghost in the speakers: Interview with Philip Jeck
Dan Rule
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Kim Donaldson, tomorrow a well, VCA Student Gallery, 27–28 February 2013
Anusha Kenny
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Clare Milledge, Motivated Reasoning: Strategic, Tactical, Operational, The Commercial Gallery, 22 March – 13 April 2013
Isobel Parker Phillip
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Joshua Petherick, Cusp and Cornice, Centre for Contemporary Photography, 8 February – 24 March 2013
Shena Jamieson
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Matthew Greaves, MF, West Space, 22 March – 13 April 2013
Georgina Criddle
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Occasional Miracles: Contemporary artists respond to the Shepparton Art Museum ceramics collection, Shepparton Art Museum, 8 February – 30 June 2013
Shelley McSpedden