1 May 2017

un 11.1 edited by David Capra and sub-edited by Amelia Winata has officially launched. You can pick it up for free from a number of arts organisations, or read it online.

Featuring: Keith Wong, Debris Facility, Michael Dagostino, Erica Englert, Sky Gellmann, Robert Pulie, Sarah Goffman, John Spiteri, Daniel Mudie Cunningham, Anastasia Klose, Matthew P. Hopkins, Audrey Schmidt, Isabelle Sully, Nat & Allan Randall, Keren Ruki, Amelia Wallin, Alex Cuffe, Ivan Ruhle, Tom Melick, Eva Birch, Tiarney Miekus, Tim Gregory, Vaughan O'Connor, Marian Abboud, Vicki Van Hout, Laura Couttie, Gemma Weston, Kate Britton, Andrew Atchison and Mel Deerson.

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15 January 2017

Amelia Winata has been announced as the 2017 Sub-editor of un Magazine volume 11. The theme for the upcoming issue is The Artist, with Guest Editor David Capra at the helm.

20 October 2016

This week Art Guide online listed Can't Look, Can't Look Away, an exhibition curated by Amelia Winata at the Counihan in Brunswick, as one of the top 5 exhibitions of the week. 

9 October 2016

Amelia Winata recently had the pleasure of writing catalogue essays for two very talented Melbourne Artists - Diego Ramirez and Kate Tucker

Diego's show, Postcard eXotica, is on at [MARS] Gallery until 15 October 2016 and Kate's show, Tablets, is on at Daine Singer until 5 November 2016. 

Diego Ramirez, Postcard eXotica, 2016. 30 minutes. Courtesy Diego Ramirez and [MARS] Gallery

Kate Tucker, Tablet 7, 2016. 27 x 22.5 cm. Image by Matthew Stanton. Courtesy of Kate Tucker and Daine Singer Gallery

16 May 2016

Amelia Winata recently spoke at TURNING ON BURN: A REFLECTIVE CONVERSATION at VCA, a conference which coincided with the exhibition 1969 The Black Box of Conceptual Art at Margaret Lawrence Gallery. Her co-presenters included Prof. Rex Butler, Dr Ann Stephen and David Wlazlo. Stay tuned for details of a tie-in publication supported by Art and Australia to be published later in the year. 

Ian Burn (left) with Roger Cutforth and Mel Ramsden in 1969

Ian Burn (left) with Roger Cutforth and Mel Ramsden in 1969