WRITTEN

by Alana

BOOKS

  • FORTHCOMING All the violence within: Conversations and Correspondence, Borderline Books (self-publishing imprint), edition of 112, 2022

  • Cups of nun chai , Yaarbal Books, New Delhi, 2020 (reprint 2021)

  • Paper txt msgs from Kashmir, e-book and print edition of 70, self-published 2011 (winner Fauvette Laureiro Artist Award)

ESSAYS & CREATIVE NON-FICTION

CONVERSATIONS/INTERVIEWS

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REVIEWS

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about Alana

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SPOKEN

  • Artist Talk, Monash Gallery of Art, Melbourne, 2022

  • Kashmir, before us, Westspace, Melbourne, 2021

  • principles (?) vulnerability, p.u.b.l.i.c.s.c.h.o.o.l., 2021

  • Museum of Art and Photography, Bangalore, 2021

  • Undisciplined: wisdom from womxn in the arts, six-part podcast, 2020

  • GROUND, Canvas: unframing art and ideas on FBI Radio, 2020

  • Parramatta Artist Studios Movers and Makers Program, “Knowing what you need financially”, 2020

  • Hatched Artist Talk, Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, 2020

  • Artist talk, Pathshala South Asian Centre for Media, Dhaka, 2020

  • Artist talk, Shoni-mongol Adda, Dhaka, 2020

  • Aesthetics Politics and Histories: The Social Context of Art, Art Association of Australia and New Zealand, RMIT University, Melbourne, 2018

  • Rethinking the nation state, reactivating art—5 Objects with artist Alana Hunt, The Polis Project, 2019

  • Artist lectures at Brown, Tufts and Indiana universities, USA, 2018

  • Anywhere and Everywhere, Project Anywhere Conference, Parsons, New York, 2018

  • Makassar International Writers’ Festival, Rumata Art Space, Sulawesi (May 2018)

  • Frontyard Projects, Sydney, 2017/18

  • Melbourne Art Book Fair National Gallery of Australia, Melbourne, 2016

  • Open Engagement: Art/Life Queens Museum, New York, 2014

  • Memefest, “Radical Intimacies: Dialogue in Our Times” Swinburne University, Melbourne, 2014

  • Ngali-ngalim-Boorroo (for the women) as part of Curating Feminism, The Cross Arts Sydney, 2014