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Launch | Dancing Sculpture | NGV Australia

DANCING SCULPTURE LAUNCH Date: Friday 11 August , 3pm Venue: Level 3 Foyer, Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, Federation Square, Melbourne FREE ENTRY The Australian Centre at the University of Melbourne invites you to the opening performance of Dancing Sculpture; an experience of modern dance and its transformation of movement and gesture in the twentieth century. Dancing Sculpture Fri 11 Aug: 3pm, Sat 12 Aug: 3pm and Sun 13 Aug: 12pm, 3pm These performances have been programmed as part of Leap Into the Modern – a one day symposium exploring modern dance in Australia from the 1930’s, curated by Professor Rachel Fensham and Dr Jordan Beth Vincent. THE DEMON MACHINE Dance students from the Victorian College of Arts perform choreographer Gertrud Bodenwieser’s Demon Machine (1924), a work of modern dance which toured Australia for nearly two decades beginning in 1939. This recreation by Carol Brown follows reconstructions by Shona Dunlop-MacTavish (1980); and Evelyn…

Dissect Journal 3 Launch | Gertrude Contemporary

Dissect Journal 3 Launch Thursday 6 April, from 6pm Gertrude Contemporary ALL WELCOME Join us at Gertrude Contemporary to celebrate the launch of Dissect #3. Thirteen months in the making, this 300-page special issue focuses on subjectivity and the body as a site of production. In addition to the much anticipated celebration, the evening will feature performance-readings from Dissect 3 contributors, Spencer Lai, Natasha Madden and Eva Birch. Editors – Audrey Schmidt, Chloe Sugden and Zoe Theodore RSVP on Facebook Publication designed by Clare Wohlnick. Dissect 3 features work by: Philip Auslander, Dodie Bellamy, Eva Birch, Cristine Brache, Ramsay Burt, Travis Chamberlain, Amy Charlesworth, James Ferraro, Karen Finley, Andrea Fraser, Tim Gentles, Isabelle Graw, Amelia Groom, Aurelia Guo, K8 Hardy, Chris Kraus, Ruth O’Leary and Phebe Schmidt, Tanja Ostojić, Carol Que, Ander Rennick, Audrey Schmidt,  Eleanor Ivory Weber, Katie West, Amelia Winata, and Jarrod Zlatic.

Launch | Art + Australia relaunch by Bill Henson at ACCA

The new Art + Australia will be launched tomorrow (28th October) by Bill Henson at 5:30pm at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art. From the University of Melbourne: Australia’s premier art journal Art + Australia will be launched in a new print format by celebrated Australian artist Bill Henson on 28 October. It will be the first edition under editor-in-chief and Director of the Victorian College of the Arts (VCA) Professor Su Baker. In an extraordinary gift, Art + Australia was presented to the VCA and the University of Melbourne in December 2015 by its former editor and publisher, Eleonora Triguboff, to ensure the publication continued to inspire and educate. Professor Baker said she was delighted that Henson would be re-launching the biannual journal. “Bill Henson is one of Australia’s leading artists. He represented Australia at the Venice Biennale in 1995, and…

Launch | EMAJ 9 | Lincoln Hotel

  The editors of EMAJ invite you to join us for a drink this Friday, to celebrate the launch of the 2015/16 edition of emaj. Rex Butler, Professor (Art History & Theory) Monash University, will officially launch this edition. The 2015/2016 edition includes articles by Lauren Bliss, Veronica Bremer and Anne-Marie Van de Ven, Jason Gibson and John Keane, Wes Hill, as well as a reviews and interviews by Giles Fielke and Darren Jorgensen. See the full issue here: https://emajartjournal.com/current-issue/ Date: Friday 8th July, 6pm. Venue: The Lincoln Hotel, Cnr Cardigan Street & Queensberry Street, Carlton. www.emajartjournal.com

Launch |un Magazine 10.1 | ACCA

Everyone is invited to celebrate the launch of un Magazine issue 10.1 at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne. Issue 10.1 reflects on recent philosophical and artistic investigations into the productive forces of the material world and the potential of objects. Join contributors Dr Andrea Eckersley, Tristen Harwood, Emily Castle, along with ACCA curator, Annika Kristensen, in discussion with the editors. Venue: ACCA, 111 Sturt St. Southbank , Melbourne Date: From 6pm, Tuesday 26 April 2016 FREE Website: http://www.unprojects.org.au/news-announcements/announcements/un-magaine-10-1-launch/ View this event on Facebook. un Magazine 10.1 LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS Michael Ascroft, Deborah Birch, Jessie Bullivant, Deirdre Cannon, Emily Castle, Sophia Dacy-Cole, Saskia Doherty, Jeremy Eaton, Andrea Eckersley, Kelly Fliedner, Lucy Forsberg, Richard Frater, Chris Griffiths, Tristen Harwood, Taloi Havini, Helen Hughes, Glenn Iseger-Pilkington, Susan Jacobs, Lana Lopesi, Scott McCulloch, Tom Melick, Tahjee Moar, Ella Mudie, Julian Murphy and Matthew Taft, Melody Paloma, Anatol Pitt, Dylan…

Launch | un Magazine 7.2

Issue 7.2 of un Magazine will be launched this Friday. Date: 6 – 9pm Friday 6th December 2013 Venue:  Magic Johnston, 27-29 Johnston St,  Collingwood Issue 7.2 of un Magazine explores relationship between contemporary art and anachronisms. The launch will feature live performances from Armour Group and Tom Ellard! un Magazine 7.2 is edited by Jarrod Rawlins, sub-edited by Harriet Morgan, designed by Brad Haylock and packed full of goodness! For further inquiries or images please contact Victoria. See the website here http://unprojects.org.au/ View this even on Facebook. The launch will be preceded by a talk titled Recurating: When Exhibitions Become Reified by Terry Smith, Andrew W Mellon with Tara McDowell and Rebecca Coates – details here.  

Launch | Dissect Journal

Dissect Journal is a new contemporary art publication that presents a range of longer essays, shorter reviews and artist pages. If it is true that contemporary art both reflects and refracts an image of the world, as it is both of it and provides more of it, then attempts to address contemporary art must themselves be varied and complex. In the variety of material published within its pages, Dissect Journal seeks to reflect the manifold interconnections between contemporary art and the world. Featuring both emerging and established contributors, the publication strives for a sustained and intelligent engagement with contemporary art. It aims to analyse and interrogate the work of contemporary artists from various vantage points, sculpting and refining multiple histories of and responses to contemporary art. Dissect Journal 1 The first issue explores the ways in which contemporary art can…

Launch | Discipline Issue 3

Launch of Discipline Issue 3 DISCIPLINE 3 (Winter 2013) Editors: Nicholas Croggon & Helen Hughes Guest editor: Raimundas Malasauskas Design: Annie Wu & Ziga Testen Printed by Printgraphics Edition of 1000 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…

Launch | un Magazine 7.1

un Projects is launching issue 7.1 of un Magazine tomorrow Issue 7.1 of un Magazine explores concepts of knowledge and research and the role they play in the production of contemporary art. With live performances from Michael Famularo and Solvent Cage, Edited by Jarrod Rawlins, sub-edited by Harriet Morgan, designed by Brad Haylock and packed full of goodness! Join us and the writers for an evening of music, art and text. Tuesday 30th July, 6-8pm at The Alderman, 134 Lygon Street, Brunswick East. un Magazine website Facebook event    

Talk and Launch: ‘The Three Ages of Terence’

The Three Ages of Terence Andrew Turner and Bernard Muir are launching the new Terence Digital Facsimile Edition (link below), called ‘The 3 Ages of Terence’. The talk will focus on the transformations of Terence’s plays from the Late Antique period through the Middle Ages and into the early stages of the print tradition. The features of the new DVD will also be demonstrated. This is the third lecture in an ongoing series focusing on the workings of the monastic scriptorium in the Middle Ages. Date: Monday 22 November at 6 pm Venue: University House, The University of Melbourne (Parkville) There will be drinks and snacks from 5.30 (free to members; $10 for other guests) and the talk will be followed by an optional dinner at the House. Please confirm your interest in attending by calling the House on 8344…