Throughout its 21-year history ANAT has consistently incorporated interdisciplinary collaborations into its mindset, agenda and strategic planning – however, such an approach has not felt as timely as it does today. (more…)
The Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT) has been working on interdisciplinary activity since the organisation’s inception in 1988. (more…)
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The 2010 edition of Transmediale, Berlin’s renowned contemporary arts and digital-culture festival, took place under the title ‘Futurity Now’. (more…)
Recently, Frank Seeley, Adelaide’s founding entrepreneur of Seeley International, a global leader in the design and manufacture of industrial, commercial and residential climate control systems, commented on the benefits of being a non-engineer operating in an engineering field. (more…)
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Digesting the incredible experience that was the Super Human is an interactive pleasure to the senses. (more…)
I have just spent two days at ANAT’s Super Human symposium in Melbourne. With a focus on the human body in the context of interactions between art and science, it was presented with partner events – exhibition and masterclass – and alongside associated events including Re:live. (more…)
ANAT is calling for applications from creative practitioners and science and research organisations for the 2010 Synapse Residency program. (more…)