Contributor EOI Now Open: In Public

Reko Rennie, REMEMBER ME, 2020. Commissioned by Carriageworks. Curated by Beatrice Gralton and Daniel Mudie Cunningham. Photo: Zan Wimberley.

In Public  
Issue 41:2 | August 2021
Guest Editor: Daniel Mudie Cunningham 
EOI CALL OUT due 27 May

With consideration of Artlink’s 40-year history, this edition will respond to the Archive to seek a broad view of the ways that artworks and artists operate in public, past and present, including: the construction of a city’s identity and imaginary through public sculpture and memorials; disruption of settler narratives and decolonisation of public monuments; public rituals and collective actions; activism and protest; post-human publics; the increased commercialisation of public space; COVID projects; LGBTQ+ communities, experiences and memorials; and the issues and the opportunities arising from gentrification. Priority will be given to essays, artist and project profiles that support creative producers from Australia, New Zealand and the Asia Pacific.  

10pm 27 May 2021
EOI due 
EOI’s to include max 200 word proposal/abstract, and your CV including contact details. Please send EOI to in ONE document... thank you.

6pm 31 May 2021
Artlink will contract writers 

Midday 2 July 2021
August issue content deadline 

Dr Daniel Mudie Cunningham is Director of Programs at Carriageworks on Gadigal land in Sydney. Daniel has worked as a curator, writer and artist for more than two decades. He has held curatorial roles at Artbank and Hazelhurst Art Gallery, and teaching and research positions at Western Sydney University, where he completed his PhD in cultural studies in 2004. Daniel is a widely published arts writer and cultural critic with a focus on contemporary Australian art practice. Notable recent projects include curating The National 2019: New Australian Art at Carriageworks and Space YZ at Campbelltown Arts Centre in 2021; initiating the Katthy Cavaliere Fellowship which partnered Carriageworks with ACCA and Mona; and leading the curatorial delivery of a major public art strategy tied to the redevelopment of Sydney’s South Eveleigh precinct with artists Jonathan Jones, Chris Fox and Nell.


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Issue 41:3 | December 2021
Visualising Sovereignty. Indigenous Futures