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AIMIA Conference

2 July 1995 5 July 1995

ANAT coordinated a program/exhibition of screen-based new media work for the The Australasian Interactive Multimedia Industry Association (AIMIA) conference, held at the Adelaide Convention Centre  2 – 5 July 1995.

Works included:

  • Autarky by Kim Bounds
  • 30 Words for the City by John Colette
  • Cyberflesh Girlmonster by Linda Dement
  • Astroturf by Ian Haig, Jawpan by Troy Innocent
  • Techno-Digesto Fetishism by Troy Innocent and Elena Pope
  • Networld by Faye Maxwell
  • MindVirus interactive ‘zine by MindFlux
  • The User Unfriendly Interface by Josephine Starrs and Leon Cmielewski
  • The Exquisite Mechanism of Shivers by Bill Seaman
  • Air/ Water by John Tonkin

ANAT also convened a special panel to discuss issues around artists’ use and development of technology. Chaired by multimedia producer Simon Edhouse the panel included presentations by Leigh Hobba, John McCormack and Josephine Starrs.


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