What: The Launch of un Magazine Issue 7.2
When: This Friday un Projects will launch a new edition of un Magazine, one of Australia’s leading contemporary art magazines.
6 – 9pm Friday 6th December 2013
Where: At Magic Johnston, 27-29 Johnston St. Collingwood
ABOUT un MAGAZINE
un Magazine 7.2 explores relationship between contemporary art and anachronisms through an assortment of approaches including critical analyses, essays, and fiction. This issue also covers ideas and art from Yogyakarta to Perth, writing by artists Paul Yore and Sean Peoples, an interview with Grace Cossington-Smith, and articles about Primavera 2013 and Lyotard’s influential Les Immatériaux from 1985.
un Magazine 7.2 is edited by Jarrod Rawlins, sub-edited by Harriet Morgan, and is designed by Brad Haylock.
un Magazine is a free, independent contemporary art magazine published by un Projects twice a year. It is printed in Melbourne and distributed to art organisations, galleries and education institutions around Australia and to selected outlets internationally, as well as being published online. Read more about un Magazine.
ABOUT THE LAUNCH
The launch of un Magazine 7.2 will feature live performances from Armour Group and Tom Ellard. Armour Group is an industrial electronic duo from Queensland and Victoria. Through the use of traditional analogue gear, i.e. tapes, synthesizers, drum machines and pedals, the two draw from interests in ancient and modern history, war and the occult. Tom Ellard is an Australian electronic musician best known as the founding member of the electronic and industrial music group Severed Heads. He also lectures at a variety of educational facilities on music production in Australia. Through the 1980s Ellard began to take advantage of technological developments such as the music sequencer in combination with looping sounds before sampling arose.
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NEWSUBSCRIPTIONS: un Projects can now post un Magazine to your home or work!
After many requests, un Projects has now set up a simple subscription system whereby people or organisations can get single or multiple copies of un Magazine sent to their home or work. Subscribing to un Magazine is a good thing: Your pre-order will ensure un Projects can keep publishing un Magazine, paying our editors, artists and writers and distributing it widely for free around Australia.