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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 […]

Snack Syndicate


Much of our work as a critical art collective turns on two senses of the word ‘surplus’: surplus populations, that is, people who are forced to the margins of or outside the wage relation and whose ambivalent status as labour-in-waiting and revolutionary potential translates into often violent disciplinary regimes of the state; and surplus value, […]

Snack Syndicate

Bread and Roses

The desire for a disalienated life-world — as envisioned in the slogan bread and roses — is if nothing else the demand for everyone to enjoy the kinds of aesthetic contingency that capital cordons off for the wealthy. Kay Gabriel I write to you but in public; my description of you exceeds our relation. It […]

Aodhan Madden

Interview with Astrid Lorange

‘Inside every cell is a system beyond your own capacity for mathematics.’ —Eating and Speaking Aodhan MaddenReading each letter and word (cell) of your poems could be described as a systematic unsettling of the space between the reader and their world. What do you hope one can learn from (reorienting) the practice of reading? Astrid […]