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Endless Lonely Planet 5

 

Endless Lonely Planet 5, published on the occasion of the 4th/5th Melbourne Artist Facilitated Biennial held at Tarrawarra Museum of Art as part of TARRAWARRA BIENNIAL 2016: ENDLESS CIRCULATION (19 August – 6 November 2016) curated with Discipline. Exhibition and publication features the work of Christopher L G Hill, Nick Selenitsch, Lou Hubbard, Lewis Fidock, Endless Lonely Planet, Liam Osborne, Lisa Radford, Elizabeth Newman, Nicholas Tammens, Kate Meakin, George Egerton-Warburton, James Deutsher, Zac Segbedzi, Aurelia Guo, Rudi Williams, Alex Vivian, Lucina Lane, Lauren Burrow, Counterfeitnessfirst, Virginia Overell, Joshua Petherick, Laurel Doody, Tahi Moore, elp3 Vine, and more…

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Making Worlds: Art and Science Fiction
Amelia Barikin and Helen Hughes (Eds.)

Making Worlds: Art and Science Fiction is an anthology of new texts by artists, curators, art historians and writers who are self-confessed science fiction fans. The linking point is the idea of science fiction as a platform for the building of alternate art histories. This collection is concerned with the ways in which science fiction might be performed, materialised or enacted within a contemporary context.

Edited by Amelia Barikin and Helen Hughes, with contributions by: Adrian Martin, Amelia Barikin, Andrew Frost, Anthony White, Arlo Mountford, Brendan Lee, Charles Green, Chris McAuliffe, Chronox, Damiano Bertoli, Darren Jorgensen, Dylan Martorell, Edward Colless, Helen Hughes, Helen Johnson, Justin Clemens, Lauren Bliss, Matthew Shannon, Nathan Gray, Nick Selenitsch, OSW, Patrick Pound, Philip Brophy, Rex Butler, Ryan Johnston, and Soda_Jerk.

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Y3K Publication

 

Y3K was a two-year (2009-2011) proposition initiated by James Deutsher and Christopher L G Hill, a gallery practice as-an-extension-of an art practice and-in-support-of a wider art and design community in Melbourne and Internationally.
Over two-years Y3K exhibited World Food Books, BLESS, Christopher L.G. Hill, Emmeleine deMooij, Jota Castro, Kinga Kielczynska, Melanie Bonaj, fabrics interseason, ffiXXed, Heinz Peter Knes, James Deutsher, Matt Hinkley, Olivia Barrett, Pat Foster, Jen Berean, Rob McKenzie, SIBLING, Slow and Steady Wins the Race, Jon Campbell, LOST Projects, Alex Vivian, Daniel du Bern, Nick Selenitsch, Kain Picken, Next Wave, A Constructed World, Joshua Petherick, Helen Johnson, Bianca Hester, Misha Hollenbach, David Griggs, Sam Kiyoumarsi, Robert Langenegger, Nick Mangan, Matt Griffin, Masato Takasaka, Fiona Connor, Tahi Moore, Ida Ekblad, Art Centre Ongoing, Kit Lee, Kate Newby, Sriwhana Spong, Dylan Statham, Simon Taylor, Sophia Mitchell, Rowan Mcnaught, MM Yu. Ilia Farah Rosli, Marco Fusinato, TATE Modern, Marie Gaultier, Anna Hess, Veronica Kent, Jarrod Rawlins, Keith Al-Hasani, Ruby Lowe, Justin Clemens, Daniel Munn, Simon Denny, Dan Arps, Andrew Barber, Structural Integrity, Marco Fusinato, Rose Nolan, Dan Bell, Kate Smith, Ardi Gunawan, Nikos Pantazopoulos, Ben Tankard, Steve Kado, Virginia Overell, Mateo Tannatt, Sean Peoples, Inri Cristo, Tara Rawlins, Chateau 2F, Oscar Yanez, Hany Armanious, Ash Kilmartin, Elizabeth Gower, Lizzy Newman, Nina Sers, Maria Kozic, Ellen Pittman, Juan Davila, Janet Burchill, Jennifer McCarthy, Constanze Zikos, Hao Guo, Pow Martinez, Carissa Rodriguez, Tobias Kaspar, Piotr Łakomy, Natalie Rognsøy, Katherine Huang, Taree McKenzie, Ester Partegas, Mikala Dwyer and John Spiteri and more.

Each exhibition was accompanied by an A3 double sided unique limited edition poster designed by the artists and gallerists. These posters now form the basis for the Y3K publication.

Included in this publication, and on the occasion of it’s launch to the public two years after the cessation of the Y3K gallery space, is an accompanying text from
Fayen D’Evie.

The Y3K publication is a limited edition of 100, and is available from World Food Books.

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Discipline No. 3
Winter 2013


Discipline is a Melbourne-based journal of contemporary art. It has a focus on artist pages by, and longer, research-based essays on Australian artists.

No. 3 (Winter 2013)
Edited by Nicholas Croggon and Helen Hughes and guest edited section by Raimundas Malasauskas.

Features essays by Adrian Martin on film, art and the support-surface; Anusha Kenny on Anastasia Klose; David Homewood on Dale Hickey’s cups; David Wlazlo on Ian Burn; Helen Johnson on Hany Armanious’s new sculpture for the MCA; Huw Hallam on Nikos Papasteriadis’s book Culture and Cosmopolitanism (2012); Jan Bryant on TJ Clark and the contemporary; Justin Clemens on contemporary art-as-minimal domination; Lauren Bliss on A Constructed World and Speech and What Archive; Lisa Radford on Geoff Newton; Maggie Finch on Simryn Gill; interview with Mattin by Joel Stern and Andrew McLellan; Quentin Sprague on Nyapanyapa Yunupingu’s Light Painting; Rex Butler on John Nixon: A Communist Artist; Terry Smith in response to Nikos Papastergiadis’s review of his two books What is Contemporary Art? (2009) and Contemporary Art: World Currents (2011), published in Discipline 2 (2012); and the third and final instalment of ST Lore’s serialised novel.

It also includes artist pages by: Alex Vivian, Alicia Frankovich, Brook Andrew, Claire Lambe, Dan Arps, Gabriella Mangano and Silvana Mangano, Harriet Morgan, Justin Andrews, Kate Smith, Lauren Berkowitz, The Mulka Project, Narelle Jubelin and Jacky Redgate, Nathan Gray, Nick Selenitsch, Patrick Pound, Rob McLeish, and Zoe Croggon.

And a guest-edited supplement by Raimundas Malasauskas, curator of the Lithuanian Pavilion at the 2013 Venice Biennale.

Designed by Annie Wu and Ziga Testen.

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