14 July 2010

runway Issue 16: Disappearance

I was lucky enough to be included in the latest issue of runway magazine (titled Disappearance) with an interview I did with Sydney-based artist, Brian Fuata.


runway is a not-for-profit, bi-annual magazine run by a group of artists out of Sydney. A key feature of runway is their 'artist pages', which comprise imagery of the work of emerging Australian artists proposed for the print-format, but they also run feature articles on recent exhibitions/performances and the practices of individual artists, as well as a selection of reviews and previews.

runway is a really important part of the Sydney and Australian art scene, for which it plays an integral role in generating critical and theoretical discourses - especially around the work of emerging and 'early career' practitioners. In their own words: "runway supports and presents practices that are experimental, conceptually driven and community based".

In the Disappearance issue, look for: Tom Melick & Ivan Ruhle's beautiful piece on photographer Garry Trinh, Daniel Mudie Cunningham's feature on Liam Benson (who is the shining the cover star!), Tanya Peterson's article on Emma White, the artist pages from Michaela Gleave & Kate Mitchell, which feature images from their recent Wall Work project, and Megan Robson's review of the 'Alterbeast' exhibition held at Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces in March.

I highly recommend tracking down runway. You can see a list of stockists and buy Issue 16 and others here. If you get a chance, please read my article below (click pics to enlarge). Thanks a lot to Jaki Middleton and the rest of the editorial board for this opportunity.

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