ARI remix is a three-year digital humanities, artist interviews and oral history project collecting and presenting memories of
Australian Artist-run culture in Queensland, New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory between 1980 and 2000.
Its focus is fleshing out and illuminating the ephemeral and neglected histories of the many lively and
socially engaged artistic scenes along the east coast of Australia during the last two decades of the 20th century.
2015-2016 will have a focus on The Queensland Remix. This is the first stage of the project and has received funding from Arts Queensland to
kick start the collection of artist interviews, artist-run space profiles, artist ephemera, contextual essays, documentation, photographs and videos.
We invite you to post useful commentaries, insights and related archival resources you are happy to share in today’s open source
“attention economy” zeitgeist. We are excited about being active participants of the growing shared data movement.
This site is currently under development throughout 2015-16. You can connect with us via social networking, please visit the Remix Collective
social media open-group about the lively 1980-2000 Qld, NSW, ACT Artist-Run Culture scenes on Facebook.