Cultural Advice: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that the ARI Remix Project contains images, voices or names of deceased persons in websites, photographs, film, audio recordings or printed materials.

EXTRA Zine Issue # 5 | W.A.R | Multiple processes to unpack the contemporary value of a grassroots feminist archive | Azza Zein, on behalf of the Women’s Art Register, Naarm /Melbourne

AN ARI ZINE ANTHOLOGY | Doing Community Archives Together, Remembering Together, Making Memory Zines Together, Anywhere…

EXTRA ZINE

Project One

 

A QUEENSLAND/AUSTRALIAN ARTIST-RUN COMMUNITY ANTHOLOGY 2022-2026

 

ARI REMIX + EXTRA ZINE | Queensland/Australian Independent & DIY artist-run initiatives (ARIs), and artist-run community archiving through zine making practice…

“ BECOMING IS BEING, MULTIPLICITY IS UNITY, CHANCE IS NECESSITY…”

— DELEUZE, GILLES. NIETZSCHE ET LA PHILOSOPHIE.

 

The Anarchive.

The anarchive refers to the fact that the archive in the digital age never sits still. Digital media events are reactivatable by nature, and lend themselves to re-uptake, remix and contagion. There is an in-built unruliness to them. This calls into question traditional practices of documentation and archiving, which operate on a model of passive storage. The anarchive is a kind of dynamic, open-air archiving in which media events are let loose to proliferate through networks, mutating as they go, and triggering follow-on events

Courtesy ‘ Anarchiving: Precarity ‘ 

 

https://www.researchcatalogue.net/view/89371/89372/0/21

EXTRA | Project One

EXTRA is an Australian networked zine collaboration building from past, present and future ‘living’ archival art initiatives. In particular, EXTRA Zine builds out from extensive ARI Remix memory work collaborations 2011-2021.

We are thrilled and delighted to launch this community-based anarchive as anthology online on 8 August 2022. EXTRA zine collaborations aim to place added emphasis on the hidden histories, marginalised narratives and digitised ‘at risk’  currently  safeguarded in the personal archives of artists and artworkers.

Activists, co-creatives among many others who were directly involved in the  expanded and expanding Queensland/Australian artist-run ecology in the 1940 to Now temporality.

 

PROJECT TWO | STAGE ONE | Phase One |  2022 – 2024

ARI REMIX PRESENTS “SELF-MADE, ARTIST-RUN” A NEW ZINE-BASED ARCHIVAL ART INITIATIVE “THE EXTRA ZINE PROJECT” | feat. 25 ARTISTS, 25 ZINES [2022-2024] | An ARI Zine Anthology

PROJECT TWO | STAGE ONE | Phase Two |  2024- 2026 | In development now

ARI REMIX PRESENTS DIY, ARIS & ALLIES | Making A Difference in today’s Artist-Run Multiverse [1970 to NOW ]  EXTRA Zine Project Two

A NEW ZINE-BASED ARCHIVAL ART INITIATIVE “THE EXTRA ZINE PROJECT” | feat. 35 ARTISTS, 35 ZINES [2024-2026] | An ARI Zine Anthology

HTTPS://LINKTR.EE/EXTRA_ZINE

ACCESS THE MEMORY ZINES BELOW 

https://remix.org.au/extrazine
EXTRA ZINE ISSUE # 41 | NOWHERE UTOPIA + ANYWHERE feat. eX de Medici et al. | 1987 | Bitumen River Gallery [Canberra] & That Space [Brisbane] 1987 | Paul Andrew
EXTRA ZINE ISSUE # 34 | Performing queer Brisbane: my post coming-out drag 1993-2000
EXTRA ZINE ISSUE # 39 | Looking for ISN’T STUDIOS + EXTRA ARI artists’ ephemera (1991-1996)| QAGOMA Research Library Brisbane | Paul Andrew
EXTRA ZINE ISSUE # 40 | ARI REMIX+EXTRA ZINE PROJECT & FRIENDS | Handmade and Digital Zines [Web Zines] 2022-2026 | Paul Andrew
EXTRA ZINE ISSUE # 38 | ISN'T | Whack the Rat | Gia Mitchell
EXTRA ZINE ISSUE # 39 | Fashion, Fat, & Feminism | Ev Hartogh  May 2023
EXTRA Zine Issue # 21 | A Fork in the Road  Photographing the 60’s and 70’s in Brisbane | Jude Morrell
EXTRA Zine Issue # 37 | For Joanna | Text by Victoria Cooper + Doug Spowart
EXTRA Zine Issue # 36 | Aentanik (Family) | Tribute to Joanna Kambourian

ARI REMIX + EXTRA ZINE Newsletter | Winter 2023 | Issue # 8 | (Re) Presenting 2020-2024 | Celebrating Twelve Years of Collaborative Memory Work | give or take 40 fabulous queer years...

Free Newsletter access here:

https://remix.org.au/ten-year-issue-eight-news-ari-remix-newsletter-re-presenting-august-2023

Image [Header] : BWF 2023 Zine Market Photo: Liav Shalev | https://www.riculev.com

KINDLY HELP PRESERVE & GROW THE ARI REMIX + EXTRA ZINE PROJECT [expanded internet art work] HERE:

https://www.gofundme.com/manage/help-preserve-ari-remix-living-archives

Paul Andrew | he/him/they

Interdisciplinary Artist, DIY coordinator & facilitator of memory work

ARI Remix + EXTRA Zine [ARI Remix Project]

Celebrating 12 years of Collaborative Memory Work ...give or take 40 very queer years (2011-2024)

https://remix.org.au

RECENT NEWS: https://remix.org.au/ten-year-issue-seven-news-ari-remix-newsletter-re-presenting-january-2023

Socials | FB Open Group | Australian ARI Living Archives - Social Media & Queensland Artist-Run Heritage 1970 to NOW

ARI Remix # ari_remix # EXTRA Zine #extra_zine

I acknowledge and respect the Quandamooka First Nations people, Nunukul (Noonuccal, Nunukal), Ngugi (Nughi) and Gorenpul as the Traditional Custodians of Redland City, Wynnum and areas of Moreton Bay including the Bay Islands where I live, co-create and work, where sovereignty was never ceded. I stand in sovereignty with the Uluru Statement from the Heart and ongoing resistance against colonisation.
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Hello! If you can kindly help, or share with this year`s crowdfunding, I would be truly grateful, thank you . Warm wishes this winter, artist Paul Andrew / https://gofund.me/c94047e7 ...

Nowhere Utopia | That Space |1987

We were all eyes at the fantabulous eX De Medici opening night at GOMA, thanks Jay Younger, Ian Were, Kim Machan and others for a joyous shared experience. This memory zine about a cultural exchange in 1987 includes a link to the TALK: Activist Punks in 70s & 80s Australia - #qagoma

IMAGE:  Opening Night | Artists Veet Sandeha, eX De Medici [CBR] with artists and John Mills National co-founders Virginia Barratt, Adam Boyd among others [BNE]| Photo: The Shared Camera

https://remix.org.au/extra-zine-issue-41-nowhere-utopia-anywhere-feat-ex-de-medici-et-al-1987-bitumen-river-gallery-canberra-that-space-brisbane

Paul Andrew | he/him/they

Interdisciplinary Artist, DIY coordinator & facilitator of memory work

ARI Remix + EXTRA Zine [ARI Remix Project]

Celebrating 11 years of Collaborative Memory Work ...give or take 42 very queer years (2011-2024)

https://remix.org.au
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Hello, and thanks dear Troy for kindly sharing the joy of wickedness inside your Performing queer Brisbane zine, 

F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S ! 

@btroyanthony

https://remix.org.au/extra-zine-issue-34-performing-queer-brisbane-my-post-coming-out-drag-1993-2000
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Hello, thank you everyone who kindly came along to the archival zine stall at the Brisbane Writer`s Festival `Zine Market` this May 2023. Extra special thanks to Joanna Kambourian, Marisa Georgiou, BVAA and to the amazing `Riculev` for so generously documenting key aspects of this incredible Whale Mall event.

https://remix.org.au/extra-zine-issue-40-ari-remix-extra-zine-and-friends

@Soggybreadissad 

@Riculev

@algal__bloom
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THANKS dear Gia Mitchell and ISN`T studios colleagues for the evocative 1990s Fortitude Valley memory work account, it takes a community to make an archival zine xxx https://remix.org.au/extra-zine-issue-38-isnt-whack-the-rat-gia-mitchell ...

Hey Ev, thanks! revisiting ISN`T ARI though your lens is invaluable, Fortitude Valley in the 1980s and 1990s was so different to the establishment vibe today xxx

EXTRA ZINE ISSUE # 39 | ISN`T | Fashion, Fat, & Feminism | Ev Hartogh

https://remix.org.au/extra-zine-issue-39-isnt-fashion-fat-feminism-ev-hartogh
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Thank you dear Victoria & Doug for this kind and caring tribute to artist, friend and colleague Joanna Kambourian. Jo leaves behind an invaluable and enduring artist-run cultural heritage legacy xxxPaul

https://remix.org.au/extra-zine-issue-37-for-joanna-text-by-victoria-cooper-doug-spowart
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Thank you dear artist and writer colleague Marisa Georgiou, and everyone who kindly came along for a series of cascading convos about DIY zines, archival zines and artist-run culture at the 2023 BWF Zine Market, I am truly grateful. #marisageorgiou #alga__bloom #ari_remix #creativearchivalassemblages ...

https://remix.org.au/brisbane-writers-festival-zine-market-whale-mall-southbank-saturday-13-may-2023-2pm-5pm ...

Thank you dear Jude for another scintillating archival zine contribution, the hills are alive with the sounds of queer in Broken Hill...

EXTRA Zine Issue # 15 | Broken Heel Festival | Jude Morrell

FANS OF ‘PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT’ WILL KNOW THE AREA AROUND BROKEN HILL BY THE QUOTE IN THE FILM “WHERE THE FUCK ARE WE FELICIA?”…

https://remix.org.au/extra-zine-issue-15-broken-heel-festival-broken-hill-by-jude-morrell

Paul Andrew | he/him/they

Interdisciplinary Artist, DIY coordinator & facilitator of memory work

ARI Remix + EXTRA Zine [ARI Remix Project]

Celebrating 11 years of Collaborative Memory Work ...give or take 42 very queer years (2011-2024)

https://remix.org.au

CURRENT NEWS: https://remix.org.au/ten-year-issue-seven-news-ari-remix-newsletter-re-presenting-january-2023

Socials | FB Open Group | Australian ARI Living Archives - Social Media & Queensland Artist-Run Heritage 1970 to NOW

ARI Remix # ari_remix # EXTRA Zine #extra_zine

2022 ARI Remix | Click here for current ARI Remix Newsletter

I acknowledge and respect the Quandamooka First Nations people, Nunukul (Noonuccal, Nunukal), Ngugi (Nughi) and Gorenpul as the Traditional Custodians of Redland City, Wynnum and areas of Moreton Bay including the Bay Islands where I live, co-create and work, where sovereignty was never ceded. I stand in sovereignty with the Uluru Statement from the Heart and ongoing resistance against colonisation.
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Please help Josie raise Go Fund Me tribute funds for beloved Joanna Kambourian and her devastated family at this link, it`s time to bring Joanna home to rest, thank you for your care and kindness...

https://www.gofundme.com/f/in-tribute-of-joanna-kambourian-our-beloved-jo

Paul Andrew | he/him/they

Interdisciplinary Artist, DIY coordinator & facilitator of memory work

ARI Remix + EXTRA Zine [ARI Remix Project]

Celebrating 11 years of Collaborative Memory Work ...give or take 42 very queer years (2011-2024)

https://remix.org.au

CURRENT NEWS: https://remix.org.au/ten-year-issue-seven-news-ari-remix-newsletter-re-presenting-january-2023

Socials | FB Open Group | Australian ARI Living Archives - Social Media & Queensland Artist-Run Heritage 1970 to NOW

ARI Remix # ari_remix # EXTRA Zine #extra_zine

I

2022 ARI Remix | Click here for current ARI Remix Newsletter

I acknowledge and respect the Quandamooka First Nations people, Nunukul (Noonuccal, Nunukal), Ngugi (Nughi) and Gorenpul as the Traditional Custodians of Redland City, Wynnum and areas of Moreton Bay including the Bay Islands where I live, co-create and work, where sovereignty was never ceded. I stand in sovereignty with the Uluru Statement from the Heart and ongoing resistance against colonisation.
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Vale Joanna Kambourian [March1976- April 2023], my dear artist friend and colleague died suddenly in a fall, unable to be revived on April 12 2023. Jo was one of those rare, kind and selfless community-based change agents who transformed people`s lives. Jo has deeply touched the hearts and souls of so many. Joanna`s infectious passion, care and generosity endures inspiring us all, both in the present, and in the future...my love and hugs to Jo`s family, friends and colleagues xxx Paul Andrew

Paul Andrew | he/him/they

Interdisciplinary Artist, DIY coordinator & facilitator of memory work

ARI Remix + EXTRA Zine [ARI Remix Project]

Celebrating 11 years of Collaborative Memory Work ...give or take 42 very queer years (2011-2024)

https://remix.org.au

CURRENT NEWS: https://remix.org.au/ten-year-issue-seven-news-ari-remix-newsletter-re-presenting-january-2023

Socials | FB Open Group | Australian ARI Living Archives - Social Media & Queensland Artist-Run Heritage 1970 to NOW

ARI Remix # ari_remix # EXTRA Zine #extra_zine
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Lou Millen thanks for caring and kindly activating the "Snakepit" (Snakepit ARI) with your pithy memory work contribution this week, great to nunace the growing and expanding `living archives` with another enduring community-based Launceston/Tasmanian ARI memory account.https://remix.org.au/extra-zine-issue-27-reflections-of-the-snakepit-gallery-launceston-and-russell-street-studio-lou-millen

Paul Andrew | he/him/they

Artist, DIY Coordinator

ARI Remix + EXTRA Zine [ARI Remix Project]

Celebrating 11 years of Collaborative Memory Work ...give or take 42 very queer years (2011-2022)

https://remix.org.au

CURRENT NEWS: https://remix.org.au/ten-year-issue-seven-news-ari-remix-newsletter-re-presenting-january-2023

Socials | FB Open Group | Australian ARI Living Archives - Social Media & Queensland Artist-Run Heritage 1970 to NOW

ARI Remix # ari_remix # EXTRA Zine #extra_zine
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Hello Happy Autumn 2023 πŸ™‚

Thank you Sarah Thomson and HBRG team, it was an absolute pleasure to be invited to speak with esteemed colleagues at the Better Together: Artist Collectives public program at the Hervey Bay Regional Gallery on Saturday 18th February 2023. Great to speak about artist collectives, artist co-operatives and artist run initiatives that have a long, iterative and enduring legacy in Australia’s art ecosystem, supporting the careers of some of our most significant artists.

Sharing conversations during a morning of talks and networking, artists from across the Wide Bay region about many different ways artist collectives provide support and opportunities to both their members and the broader community through innovative models, an all too rare and important community conversation. I am truly grateful to hear so many enthusiastic creatives talk about the ongoing and persistent work of ARI thinking and ARI doing. The ARI Remix + EXTRA Zine 2011-2023 memory work post which provided examples and helped guide my talk is accessible here: https://remix.org.au/better-together-artist-collectives-paul-andrew-six-practical-ways-to-think-about-artist-collectives
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Thanks dear Jay for your enthralling zine contribution, it`s also an important acknowledgement of the long standing work of Dr Margriet Bonin who was the foundation Director of the Queensland Film and Drama Centre (now Griffith University Art Museum [GUAM] and previously Griffith Artworks) taking up her appointment in 1978 at a time when incendiary punk/post-punk artist-run culture was emerging - thanks so much we are truly grateful. https://remix.org.au/extra-zine-issue-26-the-embryos-whispered-to-those-that-would-later-go-to-sydney-by-jay-younger ...

OUT NOW...https://remix.org.au/ten-year-issue-seven-news-ari-remix-newsletter-re-presenting-january-2023 ...

Thanks dear Erika for the archives of ARI light and wonder, feeling re-enchanted...EXTRA Zine Issue #25 |  https://remix.org.au/extra-zine-issue-25-birth-school-lightworks-death-a-rummage-through-an-artists-light-collection-and-artist-run-activities-in-meanjin-2008-2022-by-erika-scott ...

Hello. A big hearty thanks to all Southeast Qld artist-run community colleagues and allies for kindly helping towards the co-creation of this lo fi digital online ‘zines as community archive’ anthology. Building off extensive memory work collaborations with the ARI Remix + Extra Zine Project - 2011 to Now [ https://remix.org.au/extrazine ] and forming part of a doctoral research project at QUT Creative Industries.

Extra spesh thanks to everyone, everywhere who has been so supportive, caring, kind and generous during my current doctoral investigations. I am truly grateful it is helping me now with the final write-up process over the next two months. Kindly access the zine anthology at the link below...please enjoy...

https://remix.org.au/anthology-2017-2023-aaa-zine-pass-ari-archives-in-action
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Happy Lunar New Year 2023 🤓🌸🐞🐝🐝🌺🎶🎹 I wish you good health and happiness in the upcoming year. This zine [draft, with a few more slides to add] is about artist Hiram To at John Mills National, an artist-run space in Brisbane 1986-1987 located at 40 Charlotte Street. John Mills Annexe, at the front door to the main artist-run gallery, was at the time the smallest artist-run space in Australia. It was a safe place where Hiram, among many others, refused to be invisible.

https://remix.org.au/extra-zine-issue-24-artist-hiram-to-john-mills-national-1986-1987
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