Art Machine

Location map for the ANU SofA Gallery

The ANU SofA Gallery
Ellery Crescent
Acton ACT



10.30 am to 5 pm Tuesday to Friday
12 noon to 5 pm Saturday


Setting up the exhibition

Art Machine

Art Machine was dedicated specifically to code art (software art). It was probably the first such exhibition in Australia. It was curated by Christopher Fulham and featured code art by Tim Brook, Peter Edmunds, Christopher Fulham, Riley Post and Mitchell Whitelaw.

Art Machine is an exploration into the boundaries between digital art, code art and new media installation.

What exactly constitutes an artwork—the intent of the artist, the materials used in the production, the mode of presentation, the experience of the viewer? Art Machine aims to explore these notions by staging an exhibition where artistic intent, content, production materials and final presentation of an artwork operate independently of each other and yet combine to create an art experience.

Art Machine will pit locally coded digital art machines against text, images, video and sound submitted by you via Art Machine’s 24/7 online submission system—

Art Machine is accepting submissions, so browse to and contribute your text, image, video and sound—your digital submissions will form the backbone of this unique exhibition and art experience.