Unlikely - Journal for Creative Arts

Unlikely is a transdisciplinary journal, which aims to open unexpected spaces for artistic exchange and scholarly conversations across mediums, disciplines and continents. An experiment in form, Unlikely engages its audience and contributors in a two-stage process of live event, presenting creative practitioners’ works, followed by peer-reviewed electronic publication.

ISSN  2205-0027

Unlikely - Ebooks

Unlikely’s e-books are a series of theme-based publications around the creative arts. Each e-book contains peer-reviewed contributions, which may also be supplemented with other articles and some creative arts materials. The content is delivered in a compact and mobile format, which is suitable for offline viewing or mobile reading using Epubs and PDF documents in compact file sizes. There is less emphasis on rich media content here than in the journal or project space. These are open-access publications.

Unlikely - Projects

Unlikely’s project space serves as content gathering point and online exhibition for diverse media content. It is Unlikely's online-lab, presenting curated content that is yet to be tailored towards a specific publication format. This space showcases mono-thematic projects that can include selected peer-reviewed articles and rich media content as well as video documentation of conference presentations and related public events. The space welcomes educational and evolving projects.

Journal issue 01: Feral

Journal issue 02: Field work


Norie Neumark


Jan Hendrik Brüggemeier


Alexis Harley and Norie Neumark


Jan Hendrik Brüggemeier, Kim Munro and Rachael Thérèse Nolan


Brogan Bunt and Lucas Ihlein


Tereza de Almeida
(Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, BR)

Mark Amerika
(University of Colorado, Boulder, US)

Cecilia Åsberg
(Linköping University, SE)

Barbara Bolt
(VCA, University of Melbourne, AUS)

Paul Carter
(RMIT University, AUS)

Anna Gibbs
(University of Western Sydney, AUS)

Ross Gibson
(University of Canberra, AUS)

Alexis Harley
(La Trobe University, AUS)

Brandon LaBelle
(Bergen Academy of Art and Design, NO)

Theo van Leeuwen
(University of Southern Denmark, DK)

Pey-Chwen Lin
(National Taiwan University of Arts, TW)

Ansa Lønstrup
(Aarhus University, DK)

Kathryn Millard
(Macquarie University, AUS)

Maria Miranda  
(VCA, University of Melbourne, AUS)

Stephen Muecke
(University of New South Wales, AUS)

Phip Murray
(RMIT University, AUS)

Timothy Murray
(Cornell University, US)

Timothy Nohe
(University of Maryland, Baltimore County, US)

Alison Ravenscroft
(La Trobe University, AUS)

Peta Tait
(La Trobe University, AUS)