The latest edition of un Magazine is out now.
...If we are to imagine any sort of future (and the question still remains whether this is even possible), art must be a space for such imagining: not to replace the acts of solidarity and resistance required against forces of capitalism, white supremacy and colonialism that atomise and alienate us, but to supplement it. This might be a naive hope, and too complex to fully uncover in this brief editorial. But in lieu of concrete answers, we have here, an issue that brings together an electrifying mix of responses, that reveal the breadth and talent of the contributors and the suggestion, or provocation, that we cannot know much, but we know that we must never stop asking questions.'
-- Editorial, un Magazine 14.2
Featuring art and writing by: Amrita Hepi, Autumn Royal and Lorilee Yang, Brian Obiri-Asare, David Egan, Fiona Foley, Hannah Wu, Hana Pera Aoake and Morgan Godfrey, Jessie Bullivant, Jinghua Qian, Khalid Warsame, Lisa Lerkenfeldt, Lou Garcia-Dolnik, Carly Stone and Lujayn Hourani, Rafaella McDonald, Snack Syndicate, Jung Sujin, Sumugan Sivanesan, Timmah Ball, Tristen Harwood and Wally Wilfred, Zoë Marni Robertson
The print magazine will only be available via subscription. By subscribing, not only will we send a copy of the magazine straight to your house for your reading pleasure but you can also be assured that the funds will go directly towards keeping un Magazine sustainable in these uncertain times so that we can continue to pay our writers and support local art. Of course the issue is still be available freely online, but only the print version includes the very special, limited edition fold-out cover poster (as pictured) by the incredible Rafaella McDonald.
Image: Rafaella McDonald, Surf Poster (detail), 2020, limited-edition poster.