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un Magazine 16.2 Launch & un Projects Fundraiser

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Please join us for the launch of un Magazine 16.2, A Collection of Annotated Bibliographies, edited by D. Harding and Hilary Thurlow! 

To celebrate the launch of issue 16.2 and our un Projects Fundraising campaign there will be an introduction to the magazine by editor Hilary Thurlow, readings from Thomas Solomon Kuiper and Lewis Gittus, and a farewell to our outgoing un Projects chair Spiros Panigirakis. Drinks and vegan catering will be provided. Make sure to subscribe now via our website to receive issue 16.2 straight to your door! 

un Magazine 16.2 Launch | un Projects Fundraiser


Saturday 3rd December 


un Magazine 16.2 features contributions from Gabrielle Bergman, Trent Crawford & Stanton Cornish-Ward, Caitlin Franzmann & Amaara Raheem, Lou Garcia-Dolnik, Lewis Gittus, Yuki Kihara, Natalie King OAM, Ioana Gordon-Smith & Allan Haeweng, KINK, Thomas Solomon Kuiper, Liv Moriarty, Emily Mulvihill, Sarah Poulgrain, and Rasheeda Wilson. 

“Paul McCarthy’s Pollockian near-hour long satirical video, Painter from 1995 popped into my head as one tangential reference point. Here, McCarthy embodies a heroically-tormented-male-painter-as-genius, dressed in a painting smock and performing exaggerated, slapstick gestures. The work so clearly demonstrates that art and practice never happen alone in the studio but through conversation, collective activity, and exchanging thinking and research. We hope this gesture invites a sort of radical transparency to how art workers, artists and the like have come into their practices.” - Hilary Thurlow

This venue is Wheelchair accessible. Please contact us at if you require Auslan interpretation. 

This event takes place on the unceded sovereign land of the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation; we pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.

Cover image: Sarah Poulgrain

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