As a national organisation promoting and supporting the interface between art, science and technology, a publication on theology seems like a surprising twist in ANAT’s usual programs. The Arcadia publication is in fact the result of a period of research facilitated by ANAT, which has aimed to delve into confluences between art, technology and theology. (more…)
Ancient Greek architects devised arcades to support aqueducts and sheltered walkways between buildings. The alcoves beneath each archway provided a proscenium for the entrance to performance arenas, market stalls and public orators. (more…)
Theosophy is a fusion of science, religion and philosophy, brought into prominence within the modern world by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky in the late 1800’s. (more…)
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There is no creation ex nihilo. We always work from pre-existing material, both literal substances (wood, a language, the resonance of strings and reeds) and he existing cultural organisation of those materials within history, tradition, and contemporary networks of influence. (more…)
We are the Aboriginal women Yankunytjatjara, Antikarinya and Kokatha. We know the country. The poison the Government is talking about will poison the land. We say “NO radioactive dump in our ngura – in our country.” Its strictly poison we don’t want it. (more…)