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We were excited by the number and quality of applications received for our 2019 Synapse residency program, which is made possible through the generous support of Copyright Australia’s Cultural Fund. The panel had an especially difficult time making selecting just two projects from such a strong field of contenders. After much consideration and discussion, we are thrilled to announce the successful residents. Our congratulations to: Andrea Rassell + Professor Vipul Bansal, NanoBioSensing Facility, RMIT University. Artist Andrea Rassell will work with scientist Vipul Bansal to explore how filmmaking can be used to interrogate the social, cultural and ethical implications of nanoscale biosensing technologies. We were excited by the number and quality of applications received for our 2019 Synapse residency program, which is made possible through the generous support of Copyright Australia’s Cultural Fund. The panel had an especially difficult time making selecting just two projects from such a strong field of contenders. After much consideration and discussion, we are thrilled to announce the successful residents. Our congratulations to: Andrea Rassell + Professor Vipul Bansal, NanoBioSensing Facility, RMIT University. Artist Andrea Rassell will work with scientist Vipul Bansal to explore how filmmaking can be used to interrogate the social, cultural and ethical implications of nanoscale biosensing technologies.

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We’re delighted to announce the recipient of our new art + science residency in partnership with the Australian Wine Research Institute (AWRI). Congratulations to artist Elizabeth Willing! The Brisbane-based artist’s practice explores the sculptural and multisensory potential of food. Elizabeth’s work includes sculpture, installation, performance and participatory dining events that engage audiences through smell, taste, and touch.

Elizabeth will explore the synaesthetic harmony between the flavour of wines and the visual aesthetics of still and moving image. The artist, in collaboration with the staff at AWRI, will transform the sensory data of local South Australian wines into a ‘material language’ that can be used in the studio process. The goal is to consider how the intangible multi-sensory language of taste might be translated into visual forms. The artworks produced from the research will act as tools, which when paired with wines could potentially create the effect of a synaesthetic harmony, expanding the experience of both wine and artwork.

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ANAT Synapse residencies support research collaboration between Australian artists and scientists. Artists collaborate with science partners over a four month period, with the resident being hosted in the partner organisation. ANAT Synapse residencies may also be approached as a platform for piloting a longer-term research project suitable for submission to the ARC Linkage program.
Current residencies: Andrea Rassell + Professor Vipul Bansal, NanoBioSensing Facility, RMIT University. Artist Andrea Rassell and scientist Vipul Bansal are exploring how filmmaking can be used to interrogate the social, cultural and ethical implications of nanoscale biosensing technologies.
Read Andrea’s residency blog here
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The team at ANAT work tirelessly to deliver ANAT’s mission to engage with art, science and technology to enable and influence cultural, community and economic developments.

Vicki Sowry portrait

Vicki Sowry

Director | vicki@anat.org.au

For the past twenty-five years Vicki has initiated and delivered programs for artists in partnership with industry and academia that give rise to innovative cross-disciplinary research and creative practice. She has been a peer assessor for many agencies including the Australia Council for the Arts and Screen Australia and throughout her career has contributed to the development of industry capability and policy through her participation on the boards of a wide range of arts and screen organisations. Most recently, she was Chair of the Organising Committee of the critically-acclaimed and hugely successful 19th International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA2013), which took place in Sydney in June 2013, attracting 117,000 people to 35+ exhibitions and events over 10 days.

Melissa Juhanson portrait

Melissa Juhanson

Operation Manager | melissa@anat.org.au

Melissa has extensive experience managing government grant and investment funding programs. She spent over a decade at the SAFC, securing and managing funding in feature films, television dramas and broadcast documentaries. She was also the Curator and Manager of the SAFC’s nationally significant film collection. At Arts SA, she managed operational funding for South Australia’s key cultural heritage organisations including Art Gallery of South Australia, Museum of South Australia, State Library of South Australia, ArtLab Australia

Vicki Sowry

Director | vicki@anat.org.au

For the past twenty-five years Vicki has initiated and delivered programs for artists in partnership with industry and academia that give rise to innovative cross-disciplinary research and creative practice. She has been a peer assessor for many agencies including the Australia Council for the Arts and Screen Australia and throughout her career has contributed to the development of industry capability and policy through her participation on the boards of a wide range of arts and screen organisations. Most recently, she was Chair of the Organising Committee of the critically-acclaimed and hugely successful 19th International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA2013), which took place in Sydney in June 2013, attracting 117,000 people to 35+ exhibitions and events over 10 days.

Melissa Juhanson

Operation Manager | melissa@anat.org.au

Melissa has extensive experience managing government grant and investment funding programs. She spent over a decade at the SAFC, securing and managing funding in feature films, television dramas and broadcast documentaries. She was also the Curator and Manager of the SAFC’s nationally significant film collection. At Arts SA, she managed operational funding for South Australia’s key cultural heritage organisations including Art Gallery of South Australia, Museum of South Australia, State Library of South Australia, ArtLab Australia