ISEA2013 Sydney is the world’s opportunity to peek in to the future of art, technology and science – from human cameras to Blade Runner scale Media Facades exploring innovation through a program of exhibitions, performances, talks, workshops and a 3-day conference featuring the most brilliant new ideas in the world today. (more…)
Category: Past Programs
Throughout 2011 ANAT will be working with its partners COFA (UNSW), UTS, University of Sydney, d/Lux Media Arts, Business Event Sydney and Events NSW to establish the ground work for The International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) 2013. (more…)
Writers and artists are experts at imagining and creating the lives and worlds of others – but what happens when the tables are turned and they become their own Subjects?
As part its 25th anniversary celebrations, the Australian Network for Art & Technology (ANAT) is pleased to present The Subjects – an experimental and experiential arts project.
ANAT is seeking three writers and artists to join acclaimed, multi-award winning author Sean Williams in a seven-day experiment investigating the impact of disruptive sleep patterns on creativity. (more…)
ISEA2013 is seeking two Curatorial interns to assist in the preparation and production of ISEA2013, to be held in Sydney, 7th – 16th June 2013. (more…)
The best relationships between business, arts and donors were honoured and celebrated at the Australia Business Arts Foundation’s AbaF Awards 2012 in New South Wales and the ACT on Monday 3 September. (more…)
The Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT) is pleased to announce the successful recipients of the 2012 Synapse Residency program – a core element of the Synapse initiative of the Australia Council of the Arts and ANAT, which has enabled collaboration between artists and scientists since 2004. (more…)
Imagine living alongside artworks that reflect the choices that you and your local communities are making towards achieving a sustainable future (more…)
The “next industrial revolution” is rapidly heading our way. Digital technologies are transforming the way new products are designed, manufactured, marketed and distributed. A radical shift in manufacturing is taking place, one that takes control away from the traditional manufacturers and places it into the hands of the creators themselves. (more…)
ECHOLOGY: Making Sense of Data brings together Australia’s leading creative talent, a world leader in urban development and three urban communities to create data-driven public artworks that drive meaningful engagement with issues surrounding sustainability, climate change and resource use. (more…)