Filter Magazine

Issue 62

Media State

January 26th, 2009

Our daily lives are mediated by technology. Interpersonal relationships are facilitated by phone, txt and email and our perspectives on the state of local, regional and global affairs are delivered via public video screens, radio, broadcast TV, net lists and blogs.  (more…)

January 26th, 2009

Big screens give us those grand spectacles that don’t seem to stuff back down to the dimensions of everyday life: an imaginary car crash, the curve of a planet, wide-screen love.  (more…)

January 26th, 2009

On March 13th 2006 ANAT and the Creativity and Cognition Studios of the University of Technology, Sydney are bringing together a number of key thinkers and practitioners in the field of interdisciplinary publishing. (more…)

January 26th, 2009

Digital Multitude: In their recommendable book Multitude, authors Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri begin their Preface with a portentous and, one suspects, an intentionally Communist Manifesto-like sentence: “The possibility of democracy on a global scale is emerging today for the very first time”[1]. (more…)

January 26th, 2009
Growing Raining Tree

Innovation is everywhere; everyone is talking about it. Innovation, now, is highly politicised, entrenched in policy statements at all levels of government and acknowledged as a key driver of economic development. To listen to the banter, this country’s future may well depend on an ability to innovate: smart this and clever that, imagine here and create there. (more…)

January 26th, 2009

The work of German artist Carsten Nicolai encompasses electronic sound/music performance and mixed media installation. (more…)

January 26th, 2009

“If you approach somebody you don’t know, he might be a great poet, or great inventor, or… Anyway, the unknown is the richest field of all, because the unknown has no limits, no frontiers”[1]. (more…)

December 23rd, 2009

Project 3 brings together artists across three generations of technological expansion. They share a joint concern for the sensory and mental experience – placing experience before object, together representing the impetus to extend the realms of experience through technology. (more…)

March 10th, 2010

During 2006 there have and will be at least three noteworthy events that demonstrate the continually developing significance and importance of Artist Run Initiatives (ARIs) in Australia’s cultural community and beyond. (more…)

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