Framework #26 | SPACES

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Framework is your critical arts journal.

Framework is Arc @ UNSW Art & Design's critical arts and literary journal, which aims to facilitate, promote, and celebrate expanded forms of arts writing and critical dialogue around our campus. 

Students work closely with the Writer's Coordinator to edit and develop their writing, which is published once a term, in week nine. Framework publishes a mix of experimental and more conventional reviews, interviews, essays and articles, as well as creative, visual and experimental texts. Framework is published online as a fixed layout epub and PDF, which means that contributors have the freedom to include interactive media such as videos, audio, gifs and animation in their writing.

Framework 2019

Spaces

#26

Framework #26: Spaces

Contributors
~ Aneshka Mora
~ Carmen Mercedes Gago Schieb
~ Eleanor Zurowski
~ Eric Ahlstrom
~ Daniel Press
~ Gemma Anderson
~ Joan Shin
~ Mija Healey
~ Nechama Bass
~ Rebecca Hall
~ Roni Kwan
~ Sarah Josie
~ Tim Busuttil

Editor
Stella Maynard

Design
Stella Maynard

Front cover image:
A protester walks past a wall outside the police headquarters with eggs thrown by protestors and a banner reading “Never Give In”. Hong Kong, Friday, June 21, 2019. Copyright and photographer: Vincent Yu. Edited slightly to fit cover format.

Back cover image:
Joan Shin, (Repercussions II), installation, Parasitic Structures, Down / Under Space, 2019.

Copyright 2019 Authors, Artists, Contributors and Arc @ UNSW Art & Design.

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Bodies

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Framework #25: Bodies

Contributors
~ Eleanor Zurowski
~ Cyma Hibri
~ Rose Leake
~ Beth Sorensen
~ Sivaan Walker
~ Alix Crowe
~ Chloe McFadden
~ Tom Davids
~ Madeleine Martin
~ Lewellyn Haynes
~ Daniel Press
~ Anonymous
~Tiffany Ian Tong Ho

Editor
Stella Maynard

Design
Stella Maynard

Front cover image:
Ryoji Ikeda, ‘micro | macro’ (2018), Carriageworks. Image by Zan Wimberley, modified slightly to fill page.

Back cover image:
Gillian Kayrooz, ‘Project $port-boot is Not for Sale?’, 2019, Kudos Gallery. Photo by Liam Black.

Copyright 2019 Authors, Artists, Contributors and Arc @ UNSW Art & Design.

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How you can contribute to Framework

There are opportunities for experimental and conventional approaches to arts writing and pieces will be chosen at the discretion of the Writer's Coordinator after contributors have pitched their ideas. We’re very open to all kinds of critical, conventional and creative contributions! 

Some ideas for potential contributions:

Exhibition reviews FeaturesInterviews or conversations
Academic essays Illustrated essaysText-based art
Video artCreative non-fictionPoetry
Exhibition textsSound artCollage
Artist profilesMicro-fictionHybrid writing

Thinking of contributing? How to pitch:

Framework prides itself on being a flexible, welcoming and diverse publication: if you have an idea – no matter how out there it might be – we want to hear it! As a student publication, we are interested in a whole range of voices and levels of experience – please don’t be afraid to get in touch. 

A pitch is a way of introducing and summarising what you’d like to write for Framework. We are super flexible, so it doesn’t need to be overly formal, even if you only have the seed of an idea! Some details you can include here are:

  • Your concept, idea, argument or 

  • The form, structure or angle 

  • Excerpts or drafts are always great (but not compulsory), as they give us more insight into your thinking 

Once we’ve received your pitch we’ll give some advice and direction on approaching the piece. We may also share some helpful resources or readings that might be relevant or interest you!

Let's do this!

Register your interest as a writer by emailing the Writer's Coordinator for 2019, Stella Maynard at s.maynard@arc.unsw.edu.au - or by popping into the Arc @ UNSW Art and Design office to chat!

Join: A&D Writer's group

Chat to: Writer's Co-ordinator (Jack Poppert)

Check out: Arcadia

Framework Archive

Endurance

#24

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Disguise

#23

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Translation

#22

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Networks

#21

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Mood

#20

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Archive

#19

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Constraint

#18

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Transformation

#17

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Future. Feminist. Ecology.

# 16

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Protest. Change. Action.

#15

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Virtual. Identity. Display.

# 14

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Form. Text. Language.

# 13

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Promise

#12

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Perception

#11

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Provocation

#10

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Periphery

#9

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Social Change

#8

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Collaboration

#7

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Place & Space

#6

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Spectacle

#5

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Untitled

#4

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Arts Week

#3

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Gender & Sexuality

#2

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Renewal

#1

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