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October 2001

In October 2001, ANAT partnered with dLux Media Arts, Imperial Slacks, House of Laudanum and Metro Screen to present TILT (Trans-global Independent Lateral Tactics), a dynamic conference and workshop event on tactical media which was held at various locations around Sydney.

TILT brought together local and international activists, artists and media theorists over twelve days to facilitate the exchange and development of ideas, skills and practices between different active groups and individuals through workshops, symposium and other ontological anarchy. The key event was a three-day symposium that brought together international and local media makers, activists and cultural workers to create opportunities for intense exchange. Issues include the effects of globalisation on borders, both electronic and real, hacktivism, renewable energy, biotechnology, access for all to information and communication technologies and the problems of state and corporate surveillance of these systems. ANAT supported the visit of several speakers to TILT- Ricardo Dominguez, New York based artist and activist, Parther Pratim Sarker, co­ordinator of the bytesforall network (Bangladesh) and Chea Sundaneth from the Women's Media Centre (Cambodia).


A free one-night forum held in Adelaide following the TILT event in Sydney. Co-ordinated by ANAT together with Nexus and SA School of Art. TILT-Adelaide featured Ricardo Dominguez (USA), Marco Desiriis (Italy), Francesca da Rimini (SA), Agnese Trocchi (Italy) and Panos Couros (Chair NSW).


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