Cultural Advice: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that the ARI Remix Project contains images, voices or names of deceased persons in websites, photographs, film, audio recordings or printed materials.


” …queer archival practices can help us transform conventional approaches to archiving”

Alana Kumbier, Ephemeral Material: Queering the Archive, Litwin Books, Sacramento, CA, 2014, p.1

Hello. Happy Summer ARI friends and colleagues 2022!


As part of a current doctoral research project [QUT Creative Industries] I am thrilled and delighted to introduce you to the two interlinked creative outputs in a lo-fi DIY online zine anthology cultural form.


A big hearty thank you to all the artists for your kind and generous participation in the study, exploring ARI zines as types of community archives together. I am truly grateful.


Here is the key link to easily access and share the online ARI zine anthology to your ARI fans, friends, followers, family and funsters:


Completing the two creative outputs will allow me to write up and complete the exegetical component of the project by April 2023.


Extra special summery thanks to Nextdoor ARI, Accidentally Annie Street Space [AAASS] made.Creative Space, people+artist+place, and to web/digital enhancement colleagues Joanna Kambourian and Shehab Uddin. I am truly grateful one and all 🙂












Enjoy dwelling upon these community-based digital archives….


And, have a fabulous, safe and healthy Festivus 2022 season ahead.


Kind regards,

Paul Andrew : Pronouns: he/him/they


HDR QUT Practice-Led Research : Artists as A(na)rchivists: Unpacking Brisbane’s Artist-Run Initiatives and the Archive [2019-2022]

Current Site of Practice: ARI Remix Living Archives & Social Memory Project + EXTRA Zine | Internet Artwork
Artist, Curator, Researcher & DIY Coordinator

Celebrating 11 years of Collaborative Memory Work (2011-2022)

Australian ARI Living Archives |  Social Media & Queensland Artist-Run Heritage 1940 to NOW

I acknowledge and respect the Quandamooka First Nations people, Nunukul (Noonuccal, Nunukal), Ngugi (Nughi) and Gorenpul as the Traditional Custodians of Redland City, Wynnum and areas of Moreton Bay including the Bay Islands where I live and work.