1989 :: National Summer School program
In its second year ANAT launched its National Summer School program, aiming to expand the palette of artists by helping them skill-up in the use of new technologies.
Twelve artists, designers and performers from around Australia converged on Regency College of TAFE in Adelaide for the chance to experiment with a range of software and hardware.
Researcher, artist, writer and performer Virginia Barratt was one of the 1989 Summer School participants. Virginia was a founding member of VNS Matrix, the influential cyberfeminist collective, and remains active in the space, writing and performing all over the world.