ANAT is a not-for-profit income tax exempt body with deductible gift recipient status. ANAT trades nationally under an Australian Registered Business Name and operates a Public Fund. ANAT was incorporated in 1988 under the Associations Incorporation Act 1985 (SA).
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The seeds for ANAT were first sown in 1984 through Interface, an art and technology project presented at the Adelaide Festival of Arts. Its popularity led to a research-based pilot in 1985 and a national consultancy tour in 1987, culminating in ANAT incorporating as the Australian Network for Art in Technology in 1988. For our 30th birthday present we formalised our use of the name ANAT, something we’ve been informally known as over our lifetime.
Over its lifetime, ANAT has supported hundreds of extraordinary artists to engage with science and technology through a diverse range of programs and opportunities. Many of these artists have gone on to achieve successful international careers, including Stelarc, Paula Dawson, Paul Brown, Patricia Piccinini, Joyce Hinterding, Oron Catts and Ionat Zurr, Mari Velonaki, Ken and Julia Yonetani, Helen Pynor, Keith Armstrong and Leah Barclay among many, many others.
This is a complete collection of ANAT’s annual reports since incorporation.
While annual reports are prepared as part of ANAT’s statutory obligations, they are published here to underscore our commitment to transparency and accountability. Additionally, the reports provide comprehensive insight into ANAT’s activities and operations, and how the organisation has grown and developed over the past three decades.