‘Development of the Visual Circuit of’ Drosophila melanogaster ‘in 3 Acts: Larva; Pupa I; Pupa II’, Helen Pynor, 2017, Video, 22.24 min. Still image courtesy of the artist and The Francis Crick Institute, London.

Development of the Visual Circuit of Drosophila melanogaster in 3 Acts: Larva; Pupa I; Pupa II, Helen Pynor, 2017, Video, 22.24 min. Still image courtesy of the artist and The Francis Crick Institute, London.

ANAT Press

ANAT Ideate 2020

Radio Adelaide’s Dr Naomi Hunter in conversation with ANAT Ideate resident Virginia Barratt

Radio Adelaide’s Dr Naomi Hunter in conversation with ANAT Ideate resident Guy Ben-Ary


ANAT Program

Radio Adelaide’s Dr Naomi Hunter in conversation with ANAT Director Vicki Sowry, Radio Adelaide

Art science collaborations are the new black, Arts Hub


ANAT Synapse 2020

2020 ANAT Synapse Residency Recipients, Arts Almanac


Niki Sperou + Professor Wei Zhang,
Flinders University’s Centre for Marine Bio-products Development

Dr Naomi Hunter in conversation with ANAT Synapse resident Niki Sperou and Flinders University’s Peng Su

Seaweed for fantastic plastic, The Advertiser

Greek Australian artist creates biodegradable plastic from seaweed , The Greek Herald

 

2019/2020 Australian Antarctic Arts Fellows

2019/20 Australian Antarctic Arts Fellowship Announced, Arts Hub

 

ANAT AWRI 2019 :: Elizabeth Willing

Elizabeth Willing: The Art of Hosting, VAULT Magazine

The art of fermentation, Australian Financial Review

The shelf life of food, Artlink

Drawing out the art of a good wine, The Advertiser

 

ANAT SPECTRA 2018

The Art & Consequence of Collaboration: An interview with Vicki Sowry & Jonathan Parsons, Arts Equator

Spectra: Where art meets science, The Adelaide Review

SPECTRA, Arts Almanac

A Galaxy of Suns live performance, The Advertiser

An artist’s surreal view of Australia, InDaily

 

ANAT Synapse 2017
Baden Pailthorpe  + Aaron Coutts, Sports & Exercise Science UTS

Buddy Franklin’s footwork now a work of art, The Sydney Morning Herald

Review: Clanger Baden Pailthorpe showing at UTS Gallery, Arts Hub

A new $100,000 grant is bringing art, science and sport closer together, The Au Review