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March 24th, 2010

Theosophy is a fusion of science, religion and philosophy, brought into prominence within the modern world by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky in the late 1800’s.  (more…)

March 23rd, 2010

Ancient Greek architects devised arcades to support aqueducts and sheltered walkways between buildings. The alcoves beneath each archway provided a proscenium for the entrance to performance arenas, market stalls and public orators. (more…)

February 24th, 2010
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ANAT is calling for applications from creative practitioners and science and research organisations for the 2010 Synapse Residency program. (more…)

January 26th, 2010

The ANAT conference and workshop funding enabled me to attend the Symbiotica Wet Biology workshop at University Of Western Australia in September 2004. (more…)

June 4th, 2009

The world of science research is changing. In place of the intense specialisation once so prevalent, there is a new emphasis on the need to ‘connect’ parts and to work across boundaries and disciplines. (more…)

June 4th, 2009

As the child of two veterinarians in practice, one of who became a research scientist, you could say I grew up around medicine and science. (more…)

June 4th, 2009

Contemporary art and science share a great deal in common. Not so much in the productions, but certainly in the thought processes they use to get there.  (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…)

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