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Subject: Portable Worlds 2nd Edition - Applications Now Open!
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Portable Worlds (Second Edition) - Applications Now Open!
Touring Portable Intimate Mobile Art
Media Release 28th August 2007

The Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT) is seeking
applications for Portable Worlds Second Edition from artists make work
with or for mobile phones=2E Artworks must be complete or near completion
at the time of application=2E Applications need to be received by close
of business October 19th 2007=2E

The Second Edition hopes to attract works that explore notions of
digital community, connection, scale and distance by seeking artwork
that encounters mobile phones and portability in its display or

The Portable Worlds Second Edition is planned to tour major Australian
regional centres with a view to international exhibition opportunities=2E

ANAT is currently presenting its first edition of Portable Worlds, a
touring exhibition of Australian Artists working with mobile and
portable devices=2E The current exhibition focuses exclusively on artists
working for the mobile phone screen, and has toured regional South
Australian venues, to Tanks Art Centre in Cairns and to the
International Pocket Film Festival in Paris=2E

For application details, assessment criteria and to see works from the
first edition please visit www=2Eanat=2Eorg=2Eau/portableworlds=2E No
development funding is available=2E

For more information please contact Portable Platforms Project Manager
Sasha Grbich at sasha@anat=2Eorg=2Eau=2E

ANAT is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia
Council for the Arts http://www=2Eozco=2Egov=2Eau its arts funding and
advisory body, by the South Australian Government through Arts SA
http://www=2Earts=2Esa=2Egov=2Eau and the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an
initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments
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