Filter Magazine


January 26th, 2010

Entering the Art Gallery of NSW to view the Anne Landa Award exhibition – the first Australian award for moving image and new media artists – I come upon what I think is one of the works. (more…)

January 24th, 2010

The following article about the influence of game engines on contemporary, experimental cinema can be summarised in two points: (more…)

November 26th, 2009

This issue of Filter is brought to you by ANAT’s Embracing Sound [ES] Program, in partnership with Art Monthly Australia. Here you will find teasers of articles as contained within the AMA issue (for the full articles visit and subscribe), and we present to you exclusive online access to the Art of Sound DVD commissioned works content…. (more…)

July 31st, 2009

ANAT’s core mission is to actively support the field of media arts in Australia by taking a leading role in shaping the environment in which media arts practice exists. (more…)

July 2nd, 2009

Widespread enabling technologies and a few decades of community infiltration by VJs1 has bred small armies of garage laptoppers, artschoolers and youtubers all adept at manipulating video in real-time. A few subcategories can help surveying such an amorphous field. (more…)

February 24th, 2009

Classification Pending is a permanent public artwork in the Bremer River, Ipswich Parklands, Queensland with modified versions also appearing temporarily in the canvases of the Ooka River (Yokahama) and The Thames (London). (more…)

February 24th, 2009

The dome of the sky is one of the most influential objects on the evolution of human thought. (more…)

February 24th, 2009

When was the last time you held a building in your hand? Project Blinkenlights enables viewers to do just that, only they must bring their mobile phones. (more…)

February 23rd, 2009

The Living Screen is a moving image installation by Bio-Kino (Tanja Visosevic, Guy Ben-Ary and Dr. Bruce Murphy) that anticipates a new interplay between spectator and screen. (more…)

February 23rd, 2009

In the short time span of a few months the media landscape of Los Angeles has undergone a major transformation:

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