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Stray Dogs


Online readings reflecting on art in times of contagion

FUSE Festival x Running Dog 2020

Dispatches
Nanette Orly⇝
4 September, 6pm

Zarah Butcher McGunningle⇝
25 September, 6pm

Talia Smith⇝
16 October, 6pm

Diego Del Valle⇝
6 November, 6pm

Andrew Sutherland⇝
29 November, 4pm


Editor-at-large: Diego Ramirez
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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of this Land, the Wurundjeri people. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging of the Kulin Nation.






RESISTANCE IS FUTILE


A̸͖̘̙̿́̽A̵̼̟̟̓̕n̵̙̦̫̐͐͝d̴̘̫͎̓̕r̵͉͔̦̈́̓͝e̸̫͖̪͒͒̓w̴̢̢͍͛͛̿ S̸̼̺̓̈́̈́͜u̸̻̟̫̾̾͝t̸͚̪͖͌̽h̸̢̪͍͌͑͝ë̸̢̺̫́͆r̸͎͍̦̿́̽l̴͇͖͍̒͘̕a̵̝͍̼̔̕͝n̵͚̪̓͜͠d̵̞͓͍͊̈́͝


Andrew Sutherland is a Queer poz / PLHIV writer and performance-maker creating work between Boorloo, Western Australia and Singapore. He holds a BA (First Class) Hons. in Acting from LASALLE College of the Arts (Goldsmiths University), and his work draws upon embodied and collaborative practices, intercultural and Queer critical theories, and the instability of identity, pop culture and the autobiographical self. 



THE FIRST WAVE
NIRIN: 22ND BIENNALE OF SYDNEY


N̴̢̦̈́͊̕͜a̸̟̦̟͌͒̚n̴̫̫͐̽͌e̴͚̺̙̾̕͝t̵̡̺͒͐̔͜t̴̡̡̙̾̈́̐e̵͎͚̦͆͛͝ Ö̴̢͔͎́͑͆r̸̦͚͍̾͆͘l̵̘̘̙̒͑̔y̴͓̦͙͆̓͘



Nanette Orly is a curator based on Wiradjuri country. She is the current Chair of Runway Journal and Assistant Curator at Murray Arts Museum Albury (MAMA).

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‘hi’ sounds so passive-aggressive


Z̸̟͉͉̽̓a̴͎͖͍͘̕r̴̙̟͕̓̈́͝a̴͚͍͍͌͌̓ḧ̵̠̫́͜͠͝ B̵͖͕͕̿̈́̔u̴̫͇͓̾̈́t̴̫͖̓̀͆͜c̴̙̠̀͆̈́h̴͉̦̼̽͛͘e̵͓͎̺̓̈́͝r̵͇̠̝̒̐͝



Zarah Butcher-McGunnigle is an Auckland writer based in Melbourne. She is the author of Autobiography of a Marguerite (Hue & Cry Press, 2014). More work can be found at zarahbm.com, and online dating profiles on several apps.

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FANGIRL


T̸͇͉͐̐͌a̵̢̞̟̿͌l̵̢̙̼̈́͆͘i̵͍̟͒͆͜ä̸̢̫͖́̓͘ Ś̴̺͉̦͊͋m̵̞͇̽͊̐͜ḯ̵̢̻͠t̴̘̝̓̓̚͜h̸͖̺̙̒̓͘

 


Talia Smith is an artist and freelance curator from Aotearoa and now based in Sydney, Australia. She has curated exhibitions at Artbank, Cement Fondu and The Lock-Up among others and will curate for The Granville Centre Art Gallery and Ballarat Foto Biennale in 2021.

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SOFT DICK MOMENTS


D̸͇͓͋̐̕͜i̴͎͔̠͛͆͌e̴̪͖͚͒̽͝g̴͇̈́́͜o̸̢͇͇̔͋̚ D̴͕̻̾͐͠e̸̟͍̠̾̓͠l̵̼̙̽̈́͜͠ V̵̡̠͉͋͆͑a̵͖̦̾͜͝l̸̫̻̝̐͘l̸̡͎̙̈́̓̚e̴̼͚̻̚͝͝


Diego del Valle Ríos is Editor-in-Chief of Terremoto magazine—a publication focused on the dissemination of critical thinking around contemporary art in the continent invented ‘America’—and a member of the Círculo Permanente de Estudios Independientes [Permanent Circle of Independent Studies] (CIPEI, in its Spanish acronym) as part of its program Menos Foucault Más Shakira focused on the study of trans/feminism, decolonial and kuir knowledge.

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