Category: 2006 Program

SALA Moving Image Project

Artists exhibit works in a variety of public arenas, including Street Projections, Shop Front Installation, Cinema Screenings, Video Wall Exhibition, Internet Streaming and Live Performance. (more…)

Synapse ARC Linkage Grant

Fish Bird: Autonomous Interaction in a Contemporary Setting (more…)

miniSeries & miniCinema

Launched in December 2004, miniSeries was a national initiative to support the development of creative applications for mobile and wireless devices. (more…)

Surface Tension

Surface Tension was a mobile projection art program presented by the Adelaide City Council and the Australian Network for Art and Technology that screened throughout the Adelaide CBD from November 2005 to March 2006. (more…)

NZ Film Festival Workshops

ANAT presented a series of 2 weekend workshops as part of the New Zealand Film Festival in August 2006. (more…)

MoPho Workshop Electrofringe

ANAT presented a free workshop for artists working with the mobile platform as part of the Electrofringe Festival. The workshop was developed by EPIC intern Sasha Grbich and presented by Australian Media Artist Ian Andrews. (more…)

New Constellations – Art Science + Society

New Constellations: Art, Science and Society conference was presented at The Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney across three days. (more…)

Synapse ARC Linkage Grant

This project demonstrated that people can be interested in and engage with interactive/robotic objects that are utilitarian in appearance and are neither anthropomorphic nor ‘cute.’


Media State, Hard Copy and Mobile Journeys

Media State presented exhibitions, events, forums and workshops which explored the connection between, and intervention of, media arts in our lives. (more…)

Arts Victoria Arts Innovation Residency 2006

In 2006, ANAT facilitated artist Pierre Proske’s AIR residency at the Department of Archaeology and Natural History at the Australian National University. (more…)

Synapse 2 Residencies

In its second year of managing the residencies, ANAT called for expressions of interest from science organisations within Australia interested in hosting an artist for a three-month period. The call then went out for artists to apply to be resident within the selected host organisations. (more…)

reSkin Emerging Technology Lab & Forum

The reSkin wearables research and development laboratory was presented as ANAT’s Emerging Technology Lab held from 14 January – 4 February 2007 at the Australian National University.  (more…)