Publications

Since 1988, ANAT has directly connected with an ever-growing community of artists, technologists, designers, researchers, writers, curators and educators through our offline and online publications. Reaching a global audience for over three decades - from our earliest ANAT bulletins to Filter, our thematic quarterly magazine, up to our present day Digest – you can read our publishing history here. To receive our monthly email Digest direct to your in box, you can subscribe here.

ANAT Digest

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2020 Australian Antarctic Arts Fellow Janet Laurence in the studio Photograph Felicity Jenkins 2020 Australian Antarctic Arts Fellow Janet Laurence in the studio Photograph Felicity Jenkins September 2020 ANAT Ideate resident Wade Marynowsky,Yesterday’s Futurist, (Self Portrait with Lightsaber), 2017. Image courtesy the artist. ANAT Ideate resident Wade Marynowsky,Yesterday’s Futurist, (Self Portrait with Lightsaber), 2017. Image courtesy the artist. August 2020 ANAT SAHMRI resident Helen Pynor, The End is a Distant Memory (detail), 2016. Video stills (time-lapse microscopy of chicken fibroblast cells). ANAT SAHMRI resident Helen Pynor, The End is a Distant Memory (detail), 2016. Video stills (time-lapse microscopy of chicken fibroblast cells). July 2020 Baden Pailthorpe, Clanger (longitude, latitude, decibels), 2018. Installation view, UTS Art, Sydney. Courtesy of the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf. Photo: Jessica Maurer Baden Pailthorpe, Clanger (longitude, latitude, decibels), 2018. Installation view, UTS Art, Sydney. Courtesy of the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf. Photo: Jessica Maurer June 2020 SAHMRI photograph Meghan Coles. Image courtesy SAHMRI. SAHMRI photograph Meghan Coles. Image courtesy SAHMRI. May 2020 Geoff Cobham, Between Light, Zephyr Quartet. Photograph Heath Britton Geoff Cobham, Between Light, Zephyr Quartet. Photograph Heath Britton April 2020 Niki Sperou, Green Plastic – Blue Ocean (2020), marine biopolymer material. Photograph Niki Sperou. Niki Sperou, Green Plastic – Blue Ocean (2020), marine biopolymer material. Photograph Niki Sperou. March 2020 Passing icebergs a few days out from Davis Station. Photograph courtesy Wild System. Passing icebergs a few days out from Davis Station. Photograph courtesy Wild System. February 2020 Trish Adams, Synapse Residency 2019, Neuronal-processes-green-extending-from-human-stem-cell-derived-neurons, Dottori laboratory. Image courtesy Associate Professor Mirella Dottori, University of Wollongong. Trish Adams, Synapse Residency 2019, Neuronal-processes-green-extending-from-human-stem-cell-derived-neurons, Dottori laboratory. Image courtesy Associate Professor Mirella Dottori, University of Wollongong. January 2020 ANAT SALON Sydney, event photographs Zan Wimberley. ANAT SALON Sydney, event photographs Zan Wimberley. December 2019 2019/20 Antarctic Arts Fellows, Dr Adam Nash and Dr John McCormick, in the studio. 2019/20 Antarctic Arts Fellows, Dr Adam Nash and Dr John McCormick, in the studio. November 2019 Justin-Harvey, One and A Half, 2011, GLI.TCH 2011 Chicago and Amsterdam. October 2019 Justin Harvey, Saturn Return, ISEA 2019, Asia Culture Centre, South Korea. September 2019 James Geurts, Trajectories II: Prebiotica . 2019. 20 x 20 x 4cm, Light box. Prebiotic material on silica-gel glass plate, carbon marks, CSIRO Lab August 2019 Leah Heiss, Facett (2018) designed by Leah Heiss for Blamey Saunders hears. Photographer Matt Harvey. July 2019 Chris Henchke, Song of the Phenomena June 2019

Filter Magazine

First published as the ANAT Bulletin in July 1988, Filter reached a global network of artists, designers, curators, researchers, writers, educators and creative and research organisations over two decades. Each issue thematically investigated an area of emerging practice or art form and explored the creative connections occurring across academia, community and industry.

Filter magazine was published in printed form until 2009, and was published regularly online until 2012.

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