Filter Magazine

Issue 61

Creative Commons REVOLUTION

January 27th, 2010

I am delighted to be introducing this issue of Filter as the incoming Executive Director, and am looking forward to the next three to five years at ANAT. (more…)

January 27th, 2010
bettle in space(ccu animation)

If you listen to what mainstream media, corporate giants, and governments tell us about some Internet users of digital content you might expect bandanas, scimitars and pirates’ gold. (more…)

January 27th, 2010
SOS_Screen_Grab_12( synesthesia urbania)

Collaborative projects in the realm of new media are not that uncommon, but the coordination of one that takes into account the copyright laws of two distinct jurisdictions, is. A group of Melbourne and South Korean artists collaborating on Synesthesia Urbania have created a project that highlights the deeper insights to the cultures of both South Korea and Australia. (more…)

January 27th, 2010

Remix. Cut-up. Mash, sample and collate. At Creative Commons, we want to encourage creativity. We want people to build off the work others have made before; build off their cultural heritage, and create something new. (more…)

January 27th, 2010

With the advent of the widespread adoption of digital technologies and the commercial phase of the Internet in the late 1990s came the empowerment of individuals to copy and redistribute content like never before. (more…)

January 27th, 2010

Exhibitions are often about product rather than process. Like a trade show demo, the curated exhibition is the opportunity for artists to showcase their research, innovation, and general creative endeavour alongside that of their peers. (more…)

January 27th, 2010

In October 2004 I arrived in Amsterdam to find a gingerbread city bathed in autumnal light and glowing in all its 17th century finery. (more…)

January 27th, 2010

Somaya Langley is a sound and new media artist whose work has been presented in significant festivals and on air throughout Australia. (more…)

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