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creative practice

March 16th, 2010

There is much that art and science have in common. (more…)

March 7th, 2010

This brief paper was inspired by a presentation In April 2008 where, as the General Manager of the Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT), I addressed a CHASS workshop on Art and Innovation.  (more…)

February 23rd, 2010

Digesting the incredible experience that was the Super Human is an interactive pleasure to the senses. (more…)

February 23rd, 2010

The 2010 edition of Transmediale, Berlin’s renowned contemporary arts and digital-culture festival, took place under the title ‘Futurity Now’. (more…)

February 23rd, 2010
Peter Morse shape-of-the-global-oceans

The Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT) has been working on interdisciplinary activity since the organisation’s inception in 1988. (more…)

February 23rd, 2010

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…)

November 27th, 2009

We have a problem.  Artists consistently average annual salaries that place them in the low income bracket (Throsby & Hollister 2003). (more…)

September 18th, 2009

If art were a part of our living culture would we recognize it as art? In the networked age a significant issue is finding successful models for generating revenue from digital activity. Artists who practice in digital media face this problem constantly – as do the music, literature and publishing industries (perhaps more prominent now with the surge of e-book readers and the development of online libraries such as Google Books). (more…)

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